Investigative journalism

The Kyrgyz journalism is dominated by news journalism, although there are many opportunities for the development of analytical, investigative and other genres of journalism.

Oleg Khomenok, media expert, coordinator of the SCOOP journalistic investigation support project in Ukraine, has repeatedly visited Kyrgyzstan, where he conducted trainings for local journalists to practice investigative journalism.

«Journalistic investigations educate the country authorities to culture of accountability. Today, people need more than just news.  So, sooner or later people will start to think about where their paid money for taxes go, how the government effectively rule the country; therefore, people need media coverage of those processes, answers to questions and many other information that only the media can give», — Oleg Khomenok.

The experience «of Panama papers» is explored to Kyrgyz journalists

Today, August 29 in Bishkek held a two-day training on investigative journalism in the field of environment and natural resources. Coach stands correspondent ICIJ, a direct participant in the...

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Date: 29 августа 16

Journalistic Investigation: “Access to Education of Children with Limited Opportunities in Osh City”

Partners of Internews, the Public Fund “Ulybka” (Osh city) together with a creative group of NTS TV channel, represent the journalistic investigation on a subject: “Access to education of children...

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Date: 2 августа 16

11 Journalistic investigations have started In Kyrgyzstan

In June 2016, 11 journalistic investigations have started for the purpose of promotion of culture of transparency and accountability in Kyrgyzstan. Ten organizations of civil society in a tandem...

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Date: 14 июня 16