IWPR CA / Turkmenistan
Despite external circumstances, June was intensive and productive. The IWPR Central Asia team continues to hold educational and expert meetings and to develop the media community in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
We are happy to share this month’s results with you. (more…)
IWPR Central Asia team continues to work in self-isolation and achieve its goals in developing analytics in the region and supporting media sphere in Central Asian countries. During quarantine, we apply new formats and tools for events and reports. We are pleased to share our work with you, and inspire you to continue your personal development despite challenges. (more…)
IWPR and Chatham House Organized a Joint Online Event “The Impact of Coronavirus on Central Asia’s Development”
On the 29th of May the Representative Office of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) in Central Asia, its regional analytical platform CABAR.asia and Chatham House – the Royal Institute of International Affairs organized a joint online event related to the COVID-19 crisis and its effect on Central Asian countries.
The team of IWPR Central Asia in self-isolation continues to achieve its goals and develop analytics in the region and support the media sphere in Central Asian states. Using innovations and new technologies, we have managed to cover more audience. We are pleased to share our work with you, as well as to encourage you to go forward in any circumstances.
cabar.asia School of Analytics, where young analysts and experts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan took part, has ended in Almaty.
IWPR Held an Expert Meeting on the Role and Status of the Russian Language in Central Asian Countries
On March 15, 2019, a regional expert meeting “The Role and Status of the Russian Language in Central Asia” was held at the IWPR Office in Tajikistan. Independent experts, employees of state bodies and universities, representatives of research centers, political scientists and journalists discussed the status of the Russian language in the region, its place in the linguistic landscape of Central Asian countries, and offered their vision and suggestions for the future fruitful coexistence of Russian and national languages of Central Asian countries.