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Central Asia Human Rights Reporting Project

Central Asia Human Rights Reporting Project directly supports human rights defenders in all five Central Asian states by helping them develop efficient media and public outreach strategies to improve awareness and support and ensure human rights norms are respected and observed upon a daily basis across the region.

The project delivers sustainable partnerships between media outlets and practitioners and the community of human rights' defenders.

Funded by the European Commission and the Norwegian Foreign Ministry.

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Dates active: 
2009 to 2011
IWPR Central Asia
25 Oct 09
Kazak version
IWPR Central Asia
25 Oct 09
Russian version
Sanat Urnaliev
12 Oct 09
Human rights meeting becomes platform for arguments that Kazakstan is not ready to chair European grouping.
Nargiz Hamrabaeva
9 Oct 09
Experts fear Tablighi Jamaat missionary organisation may be further radicalised after mass detentions.
IWPR staff
6 Oct 09
Qualified scientists can earn far more money and respect by taking their skills abroad.
IWPR
28 Aug 09
Experts say scale of trafficking much larger than official figures suggest.
IWPR
28 Aug 09
A change in the law will not stop Tajik women being forced into early marriages, activists say.
IWPR
20 Aug 09
Project Highlights: Central Asia: July '09
IWPR
15 Jul 09
Disputes mainly centre on whether violence against detainees is a rare aberration or an accepted method of extracting confessions.
15 Jul 09
Controversial legislation is now in force, but fight to reduce restrictions goes on.

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