Events of bureau

IWPR Kyrgyzstan: Mass media and NGO network to promote government accountability to society

cabar.asia 22.09.15
Consolidation of journalists and non-governmental sector will help promote rule of law in Kyrgyzstan. Mass media and civil society representatives a society created the Mass Media and NGO Network. The network aims to create an enabling environment for building and nurturing a culture of transparency and accountability, respect for general human rights and rule of law, as well as equal access to justice for everyone to needs and wants of citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic. (more…)

IWPR Kazakhstan is seeking for a Trainer for development of an Alternative Report

cabar.asia 26.08.15
Institute for War & Peace Reporting is seeking for Regional Trainer for  delivering training on the development of an Alternative Report on CEDAW Implementation for the representatives of NGOs in Kazakhstan and Tajikistan. (more…)

The IWPR conducted training sessions on investigative journalism in Osh and Issyk-Kul

cabar.asia 01.07.15
The Bureau for Investigative Journalism of the IWPR has taught the technologies of investigative journalism to 30 journalists from the southern region and from Issyk-Kul and Naryn oblasts. (more…)

IWPR conducted training sessions on investigative journalism in Bishkek

cabar.asia 26.05.15
The Bureau for Investigative Journalism of the IWPR trained journalists of Bishkek and Talas oblast in the field of investigative journalism technologies.

IWPR KR Lecture: Principles of Human Rights and Tolerance in Islam

cabar.asia 07.05.15
“Muslims of Kyrgyzstan should be an example for others in terms of respecting others and their opinions, sowing peace and creative life on the Earth”, said Ravshan aji Eratov, the deputy Mufti, and Indira Aslanova, a theologian, the head of the research Department of the Center for Religious Studies, in a lecture for students in Osh, Jalal-Abad and Bishkek. (more…)

IWPR Kyrgyzstan: More than 50 journalists from all over Kyrgyzstan have participated in the training on international standards of journalism

cabar.asia 29.04.15
The IWPR has completed a series of trainings “International standards of journalism: coverage of human rights issues”, held in Bishkek, Osh and Karakol. (more…)

IWPR Kyrgyzstan: We should not flirt but work with the Muslim electorate in Kyrgyzstan

cabar.asia 24.04.15
Instead of using the Islamic factor in short-term political interests, it is necessary to have a dialogue with Muslims and prove the effectiveness of a secular form of government, otherwise they would become even more convinced of the need for a theocratic form of government and make a third Islamic revolution, according to experts at a IWPR round table «The role of the Islamic factor in the upcoming parliamentary elections”.
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National competition for the best journalistic investigation in Human Rights

cabar.asia 20.04.15
The Representative Office of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) in Kyrgyzstan in partnership with the Institute of the Ombudsman (Akyikatchy) of the Kyrgyz Republic, in the framework of the project “Creating a culture of investigative journalism to promote democratic reform: linking human rights organizations, public institutions and the media” funded by the European Union and the Government of Norway, announces a national competition for the best journalistic investigation in the field of human rights.

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IWPR Kyrgyzstan: Training on “International standards of journalism” in Karakol

cabar.asia 17.04.15

The Representative Office of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) in Kyrgyzstan organized a two-day training on “International standards of journalism: coverage of human rights issues” for journalists in Issyk-Kul and Naryn oblasts.
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IWPR vacancy: English-Language Regional Editor, Central Asia

cabar.asia 01.04.15

IWPR is seeking an editor to commission and generate English-language copy and multimedia outputs for our Central Asia programme. The post requires native English and fluency in Russian, although we will also consider candidates with native-level Russian and fluent English writing skills. (more…)