Events of bureau / Kyrgyzstan
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…)
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…)
Media plays important role in raising public awareness about religious issues and countering radicalism, yet the coverage should be responsible and objective, as was spoken at the conference. (more…)
Investigative reports published as part of an IWPR training programme in Kyrgyzstan are leading to real changes on the ground. (more…)
A lecture on “Active Citizenship. Civil Rights” was organised in Bishkek for the members of the Leader Youth Club at the BHU with participation of 40 students. (more…)