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Earlier this month, The European Partnership for Democracy and Media4Democracy have completed the work based on the identification of ways to strengthen freedom of expression and independent media in Kyrgyzstan, the most liberal country in Central Asia with media pluralism and freedom.

As of November 2018, the Expert Team has conducted a first field visit to map the media sector through a political economy approach and provide recommendations to the EU Delegation to the Kyrgyz Republic.

Read the full report published by Media4Democracy here.

About the project

This project aims to ensure that issues of freedom of expression, right to information and free media are incorporated in the EU Democracy Action Plan and the Human Rights and Democracy Country Strategies and are implemented as part of EU democracy support.

Learn more about the project here.

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