Central Asia | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Central AsiaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Activists say that public awareness of humane treatment is growing.
Experts say arrest only marks a temporary truce in an ongoing power struggle.
Draft regulations aims to increase oversight and introduce practical skills into curricula.
Experts say that the government is failing to develop what could be a rich and profitable sector.
Central Asian journalists learn new skills in cross-regional training.
3 Oct 18
Hundreds face trial over allegedly radical books, videos or pamphlets.
24 Sep 18
New law aims to increase state oversight on some religious minorities.
1 Sep 18
Efforts are underway to identify and repatriate dozens of youngsters.
16 Aug 18
Although people are friendly, there are few job opportunities.
8 Aug 18
Twenty specialists took part in classes run by regional and international trainers.
2 Aug 18
Minority are recognised by the state but face discrimination from ordinary citizens.
1 Aug 18
Ever-tighter links appear to be alarming some ordinary citizens.
6 Jul 18
Ten-day course equips young journalists with specialist tools.
7 Jun 18
Christians say that their cemeteries are being stripped bare by thieves.
- Europe & Eurasia
- Latin America
- Middle East & North Africa
- Focus Pages
- Training & Resources
- Print Publications
- IWPR Spotlight
IWPR in the News
For almost three years, while her home city of Mosul was under occupation by so-called Islamic State (IS), Tahani Salih kept a daily diary documenting their crimes.
By Daniella Peled, IWPR Managing Editor