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Tajikistan

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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Ismoil Somoni monument in Dushanbe. (Photo: Roman Buryak/IWPR)
11 Sep 17
Lavish ceremonies to mark major life events will now be curtailed by law.
Ilkhom Narziev. (Photo courtesy of: I. Narziev)
Interview
28 Jul 17
The power vacuum in the neighbouring state has Tajik analysts worried.
Up to a quarter of the Tajik population are labour migrants, almost all men. Women back in Tajikistan are left to take care of their families. (Photo: Adil Nurmakov/Flickr)
30 Mar 17
Many men find new partners while working abroad, leaving families at home without support.
Tajik media landscape is losing its diversity due to financial difficulties, political pressure and brain drain. (Photo: Radio Ozodi, RFE/RL Tajik Service)
3 Feb 17
A combination of state pressure and lack of jobs is weakening the country's journalism sector.
Kyrgyz investigative reporters, winners of IWPR competition in Bishkek. (Photo: IWPR)
16 Dec 16
Award-winners have published a range of groundbreaking stories.
Agroinvestbonk clients queue to withdraw cash outside the bank's Dushanbe headquarters. (Photo: Jamila Majidova/IWPR)
14 Dec 16
Officials blame falling remittances but have failed to implement serious reforms.
Plov is one of the most common festive treats across Central Asia. (Photo: Aziz Mamirov)
25 Nov 16
Central Asians vie for ownership of a much-loved dish.
IWPR Tajik Radio editor Shahodat Soibnazarova (left) and IWPR contributor Davlater Baidullo discussing a story. (Photo: IWPR)
20 Oct 16
Action finally taken following radio story on their decades-long wait.
Daniil prepares to go to school for the first time. (Photo: Roman Buryak)
Photo Essay
22 Sep 16
Families willing to go to great lengths to ensure children get a specialised education.
Businessman Abubakr Azizkhodzhaev was imprisoned in Tajikistan. (Photo: Human Rights Watch)
Comment
16 Sep 16
Regimes are jumping on an anti-incitement bandwagon to silence critics.

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