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  • Date: 10-10-2022, 22:54

WORKING MEETING ON INCIDENT DOCUMENTATION

 10-10-2022, 22:54    Category: Media Diversity, Opportunities, News


 

A working meeting on documentation, case analysis of discrimination, violations of minorities’ and marginalized groups’ rights in Kyrgyzstan was held today.
A methodology, the markers and special forms of incident documentation were developed as part of the "Promoting media freedom and diversity through reporting on violation of rights project"   with the support of the Canada Fund for Local Initiative (CFLI).
The experts of human rights NGOs and partners involved in the project were shown innovative  tools  and monitoring approaches. The participants were trained in methods of detailed case analysis based on international standards.

Then, documented cases will be studed by the analytical  journalists  team to create stories and posted its on the media outlets. 


 


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