IWPR Launches CABAR.asia Media School

CABAR.asia 06.12.18

The CABAR.asia media school will let experts and journalists take part in on-going training through a series of video lessons and trainings from professionals. (more…)

The status of media and the role of social media in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan

CABAR.asia 04.12.18

The aim of this study is to analyze the capacity of the media to clearly and simply explain, inform, engage and inspire local communities (specifically on human rights issues, conflict prevention, migration, accountability and corruption) through traditional and new media, the level of professional standards of journalists (traditional and new media) and the media development perspectives in 3/5 year in four Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan). 

The situation of the civil society in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan

The aim of this study is to analyze the capacity of the civil society formal (organizations) and informal (online social activists groups), independent experts to develop and provide locally defined and relevant expertise and advocacy, visibility of the civil society on local, regional and international key issues, the capacity of the civil society to engage and utilize the media as an instrument for change and the civil society development perspectives in 3/5 year in four Central Asian countries (Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan).

Content analysis of the representation of Central Asia, the Caucasus, Ukraine and Moldova in the media of Kyrgyzstan in 2017

This research is a content analysis of the representation of Central Asia, the Caucasus, Ukraine, and Moldova in online news agencies and mainstream TV channels of Kyrgyzstan. The focus is to conduct a content analysis of the representation of Central Asia, the Caucasus, Ukraine and Moldova among the private media and key civil society and the level of engagement in issues across the border in Central Asia, Moldova, Ukraine and Caucasus. 

How to write articles for online media? (video)

What does the article consist of? How to build sentences? How to create materials that will be interesting to Internet users? Eldiyar Arykbayeva, editor-in-chief of Kloop.kg, shares his recommendations.

How to create analytical article? (video)

There are hundreds of a variety of news in the media every day. Sometimes in this stream those that deserve separate and more attention are lost, though they seriously affect the lives of the inhabitants of the country. But how to attract the attention of readers? Maria Zozulya, a professional journalist and editor, shares how to create high-quality analytical material.

Regional Meeting of Participants of CABAR.asia School of Analytics

Young analysts and journalists from Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will discuss challenges and trends in their countries in 2019 at a three-day meeting, will hold a regional meeting on the quality of analytics and water and energy issues in the region, and also will improve their skills of writing analytic materials and visualisation.

The meeting will be conducted from November 29 to December 1 in Dushanbe

Regional Meeting of Participants of CABAR.asia School of Analytics Held in Dushanbe

Young analysts and journalists from Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan have discussed challenges and trends in their countries in 2019 at a three-day meeting, held a regional meeting on the quality of analytics and water and energy issues in the region, and also have improved their skills of writing analytic materials and visualisation.

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What is data journalism? (video)

CABAR.asia 03.12.18

Anastasia Valeeva, data journalism expert, graduated the School of Analytics CABAR.asia. In th tutorial, she shares in detail about data-journalism and gives practical recommendations for creating high-quality journalistic material based on data.

How to apply International Standards in Journalism (video)

 

Lola Olimova – Program Manager and  Editor of the Office for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) in Tajikistan, Professional journalist. She worked as the chief editor of the Russian service of the State Information Agency “Khovar”.

In the tutorial she shares how to apply International Standards in Journalism.