1 August 2022
The Third Central Asian Seminar on Journalism Education was held at Arabayev University in Bishkek. The seminar commemorated the 30th anniversary of the accession of Central Asian countries to the United Nations.The seminar focused on digital empowerment, open educational resources and visualisation tools in Central Asian universities in teaching journalism, based on the UNESCO Data Journalism Education Project and the Central Asian Platform for Journalism Education.
It is attended by professors, doctoral and master journalism students, journalists from Central Asian countries, as well as representatives of international organisations.
Participants shared their views on the role of journalism in the democratic process of countries in the region, their vision of institutional capacities, and the impact of emerging technologies.
Data Journalism Course
Conflict-Sensitive Reporting: state of the art; a course for journalists and journalism educators
Model course on safety of journalists
Getting the Message Across. Reporting on Climate Change and Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific: A Handbook for Journalists
Gender, Media and ICT
Model curricula for journalism education: a compendium of new syllabi in Kyrgyz and Russian
EN, RU, Kyrgyz