Print and radio journalists across the region trained how to report on highly sensitive transitional justice subjects, such as war crimes trials and reconciliation.
Over 200 journalists participate in workshops - involving practical assignments and classroom instruction - aimed at preparing them for reporting on the country’s elections.
Groups of trainees in Tajikistan, Kazakstan and Kyrgyzstan work in small groups to produce investigative pieces on subjects traditionally ignored by the media.
Thousands of students form madrassas and government schools take part in discussion clubs and basic journalism courses.
National network of radio stations produce radio programme addressing under-reported issues relevant to Georgian regions.