Events of bureau
More than 80 religious leaders completed trainings conducted by IWPR in partnership with the Committee of Religion, Regulation of National Traditions, Celebrations and Ceremonies under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan, in three districts of the GBAO: Darvoz, Vanj Districts and in the city of Khorog, from the 1st to 5th of October.
IWPR Tajikistan together with representatives of the Committee on Women and Family Affairs under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan met with activists of the Vanj district of GBAO.
Experts say about the need to develop multilateral approach to repatriation of the Kyrgyzstanis from Iraq and Syria.
According to Kylym Shamy human rights centre, four Kyrgyzstani women and 11 minor children are incarcerated in a Baghdad prison. According to the head of the organisation, Aziza Abdirasulova, these are the people they know about. Moreover, 46 families whose relatives have departed to war zones in the Middle East have applied to human rights defenders. Besides, 12 people with children whose relatives have not been identified so far are located in Syria.
IWPR Kyrgyzstan is currently looking for a highly motivated and organized young individual for the position of the Communications Intern. We are seeking an ambitious and creative person who is willing to join the team of young professionals and contribute to the development of our organization. (more…)
The Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) and OSCE Academy in Bishkek launch the three-year project to enhance the capacity of the new generation of analysts and journalists in Central Asian region. (more…)
IWPR in Tajikistan Awarded Best Journalists Covering Radicalism, Human Rights and Religious Liberties
The IWPR representative office in Tajikistan selected best journalistic materials covering the struggle against radicalism in Tajikistan in 2017.
IWPR Announces Winners of Investigative Journalism Competition and Best Materials on Legal Culture Improvement
December 12, the representative office of IWPR in Kyrgyzstan announced winners of two competitions – the National Competition for the best investigative reporting on human rights and the annual competition for reporters for the best coverage of approaches to the improvement of legal culture in Kyrgyzstan – and held the award ceremony. (more…)
After the training, officers of ministries and agencies will be holding effective lectures and presentations on legal culture for high school and university students. (more…)
After the training, government employees will carry out outreach activities to improve legal culture of young people and citizens of the two cities. (more…)
IWPR has awarded the inaugural prizes in a new competition that aims to promote the culture of investigative reporting across Kyrgyz and Tajik local media. Award-winners have published a range of groundbreaking stories. (more…)