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Uzbekistan

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

Global Voices

Temur Umarov, an expert on Uzbekistan and a consultant at the Carnegie Moscow Center. (Photo courtesy of T. Umarov)
Interview
15 Jan 20
The country’s recent parliamentary elections show process of tentative change is real.
Krylya Origami band with Ashot Danielyan, on the right. (Photo courtesy of A. Danielyan)
13 Dec 19
Conservative values and censorship means that artists and performers are tightly regulated.
The new IT Park in Uzbekistan. (Photo: IT Park)
6 Nov 19
Hopes for hi-tech entrepreneurship as an emerging market.
A member of audience going through the report. (Photo: CABAR/IWPR)
Project Highlight
2 Oct 19
Ground-breaking IWPR research shows how access to information is changing.
(Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
12 Aug 19
Activists say that public awareness of humane treatment is growing.
Day-to-day civility conceals underlying mistrust between ethnic communities in southern Kyrgyzstan. Here, the central market in Osh, June 2011. (Photo: Pavel Gromsky)
Interview
13 Jun 19
Language and education could be key to improving relations.
6 Jun 19
Previously-banned websites are unblocked, but experts still urge caution.
A gas processing plant in Muborak village in the south-western part of Uzbekistan. (Photo: Uzbekneftegaz)
5 Feb 19
Despite country's huge energy resources, many citizens rely on coal and firewood in wintertime.
IWPR's “training for trainers” workshop for a group of Uzbek editors and journalism teachers. (Photo: CABAR)
Project Highlight
6 Nov 18
Workshop looks at how to create and conduct effective journalism courses to international standards.
IWPR event held in Bishkek. (Photo: IWPR)
Project Highlight
11 May 18
Nepotism and ethnic bias are hampering innovation.

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