Projects from Central Asia were considered at the 66th IPDC meeting

15 June 2022

The review of project proposals to the International Programme for the Development of Communications (IPDC) takes place on 15-16 June 2022 in Paris.

The meeting takes place in a hybrid format.

UNESCO Almaty submitted three national projects from Central Asia for approval by the IPDC Bureau:
  • Kazakhstan: Assessment of the Safety of Journalists 2022
  • Kyrgyzstan: Assessment of Internet Universality 2022
  • Tajikistan: Media Development Assessment 2022
Official documents for this meeting are accessible through
  • the specific page dedicated to the 66th Bureau Meetingonthe IPDCwebsite
  • Decisions taken One project implemented by the UNESCO Chair of Kazakh National University on Data Journalism was marked by the IPDC secretariat as a best practice.

    Current projects supported by IPDC in 2021

    MediaSDG journalism education and training platform

    Following UNESCO/IPDC courses MOOCS will be developed under the project:

    • Reporting on Violence against Women and Girls
    • Course on the Safety of Journalists
    • Conflict-Sensitive Reporting
    • Reporting on Climate Change

    10 March 2022

    Central Asian Data Journalism Webinars

    5, 12, 19 and 26 May 2021, for 19 journalism universities from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

    International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC)

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