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IWPR holds regular trainings for students and journalists from across Central Asia, with their materials published in Russian and national languages on the analytical platform CABAR.asia and in English for international readers on iwpr.net . Articles by IWPR reporters cover current events andsignificant trends that affect the lives of people in the whole Central Asian region.

Kazakhstan Again “Permits” Protests

Some experts think the resumed practice of issuing permits is an attempt made by the authorities to create “legal opposition”, other experts think this is a step towards the dialogue with the society.

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Child Abuse in Kyrgyzstan and Georgia: Similar Issues, Different Approaches

In both countries, families become mainly child abusers.

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Why European Union Makes Afghanistan and Central Asia Closer?

Brussels places priority of security and peaceful Afghanistan as part of the new strategy of the European Union on interaction with the region.
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02.07.19
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Uzbekistan Prepares Second Operation to Return its Citizens Back from Syria

The first group of the returned – women and children – are being examined and treated in health resorts and medical facilities of the republic.
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Tajikistan: Below the Poverty Threshold

According to official data, 29,5% of Tajikistan citizens live below the poverty threshold. However, according to the experts’ estimates, this index is at least two times higher in reality.
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30.06.19
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In Tajikistan, It Is Recommended to Bear Less Kids, in Georgia, Maternity Funds Increase

The population in Tajikistan is growing rapidly, while in Georgia it is declining.
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29.06.19
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Kyrgyzstan: A Bit of Secularism for Religious Education

Kyrgyzstan wants to introduce secular disciplines along with religion in religious educational institutions. The draft regulation on religious education has been brought up for public discussion.
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“Hope” for Kyrgyzstani Women in Crisis

A crisis centre for pregnant women has been opened in the Russian Orthodox church in Bishkek.
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Tourism in Kyrgyzstan and Georgia: From Quantity to Quality

For further development of tourism sector, we need to transit from quantity to quality by switching to a higher paid market, according to experts of both countries.
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Juvenile Crime Rate in Kazakhstan: Legislative Amendments and Georgia’s Experience

Every year minor Kazakhstanis become more aggressive, experts say.
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21.06.19
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