PRI’s Central Asia office are running training for 25 journalists on reporting on penal reform issues in Astana this week.
The training will be led by a team of experts from the United Kingdom, including Malcolm Dean, former Guardian journalist, now working for the Guardian Foundation, and from Kazakhstan. The goal of the event is to train the journalists on current issues in criminal justice reform, the current situation in Kazakhstan’s prisons, strategies for good journalism and successful techniques for raising public awareness of penal reform and the human rights of prisoners.
This training is supported by the UK Government, the British Embassy to Kazakhstan and the Norwegian Embassy to Kazakhstan.
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