Activities of the UNESCO Almaty Communication and Information Programme

7 June 2022

Events organized by UNESCO Almaty and the sector partners network.

2022

Freedom of Expression, Safety of Journalists and the Right to Access Information

Tajikistan and Central Asia: World Press Freedom Day 2022

5 may 2022

Participants from: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan

Protests in Almaty: media worker death

11 February 2022

Director-General condemns killing of media worker Muratkhan Bazarbayev in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan: discussion of the draft annual report on the state of access to information

UNESCO Almaty and the Ministry of Information and Public Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan organize a discussion on global trends in access to information and a public discussion on the draft annual report to the President on the state of access to information in Kazakhstan.

24 May 2022

Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Media Pluralism, Diversity and Gender responsive Journalism

World Radio Day in Central Asia

13 February 2022

Kazakhstan organized IX International Winter School of Journalism and Communication

Uzbekistan: Journalists on the Role of Radio and Confronting Disinformation

Kyrgyzstan: Celebration on the airwaves of community radio stations

Kyrgyzstan: Community radio station Suusamyr FM, produced a radio program devoted to the World Radio Day

13 February 2022

In the production studio of Jamaattyk Media held a broadcast on the topic of Radio and Trust. The editors of three radio stations were the guests of the broadcast. Community Radio Suusamyr FM, Public Birinchi Radio and private radio Maral FM.

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
  • Reporting on Climate Change and Sustainable Development
  • Conflict-Sensitive Reporting

    10 March 2022

  • Measurements of the Media development and the Internet Universality

    Supported by the International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC)

    Kazakhstan: Launch of the Media Development Indicators Research

    18 May 2022, UNESCO Almaty and Kazakh Media Development Fund - Media Damyty Qory (MDQ) organized the second training for MDI researchers. The meeting of the Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Board (MAB) arranged on 6 June 2022.

    Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

    Open Solutions/OER Development and MoW/Documentary Heritage

    Kazakhstan National Committee of the Memory of the World Programme meets online

    3 June 2022

    Kazakhstan

    The meeting focused on the National MOW Register, the Nominations to the MOWCAP Register 2022, as well as preparation for the International Day of the Audio-Visual Heritage 2022.

    MIL and Digital Competencies

    International Decade on Indigenous Languages (IDIL)

    Inclusive digital transformation and AI development

    UNESCO and UNITAR have jointly launched a new short online course for young people aged 16 to 24. Experts break down complex concepts into simple actions, building on young people's daily interactions with technology. UNESCO Almaty translated both courses into Russian

    MediaSDG journalism education and training platform

    10 March 2022 the launched cource: AI and Human Rights course in Russian language

    MediaSDG journalism education and training platform

    7 April 2022 presented the UNESCO and UNITAR cource: Combating the Dis-infodemic: search for truth in COVID-19 in Russian language




    All Activities 2018-2022

    Measurements of the Media development and the Internet Universality

    Supported by the International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC)

    The Journalism Education and Training

    MediaSDG journalism education and training platform

    10 March 2022 project "Journalism education and training platform"

    Central Asian Data Journalism Webinars

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

    Regular Programme - Communication and Information

    Building knowledge societies

    Universal access to information

    Protection of freedom of expression

    Tajikistan and Central Asia: World Press Freedom Day 2022

    5 may 2022

    Participants from: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan

    Alma-Ata+29: Regional Forum

    30 April 2021

    Participants from: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan

    Kazakhstan: World Press Freedom Day 2019

    26 April 2019 a discussion on the global theme -Media for Democracy: Journalism and Elections in Times of Disinformation

    Safety of Journalists

    Quality Reporting

    Conference on a model for teaching journalism for sustainable development

    7 April 2022

    the conference took place of the UNESCO Chair of Journalism and Communication at Al-Farabi Kazakh National University for more than 50 universities from 10 states

    Webinar: 'Fake news' and disinformation: Challenges for journalism educators

    12 April 2021

    Web meeting supported 71 women and 19 male participants from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Russia.

    Webinars on Journalism, "Fake news" & Disinformation

    Four webinars were held on 19 June, 26 June, 3 July and 08 July 2020.

    Almaty Webinar: Reporting on Violence against Women and Girls

    27 November 2020 for Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan

    Media and information literacy

    Permanent link: http://en.unesco.kz/outcomes-of-the-communication-and-information-programme-in-2018-2021