Stories of IREX
College student Biljana is an active local community leader, motivated to effect change in Kosovo.
Rosebill Satha has a mind for business, an eye for opportunity and a passion for giving.
Despite the increasing penetration of the internet in Azerbaijan, there continues to be a paucity of websites and media outlets pursuing multimedia reporting.
Reserved but eager, Tanzanian secondary school teacher, Malima Pima Chisumo, described the acute challenges facing teachers and students in his country without hesitation.
A new survey suggests Internet use and demand among remote Azeri villagers is up where IREX has installed information kiosks.
“Always United and Never Against Her...You are Her, and She is You” is the message Iraqi journalists, social media activists, and women’s advocates will be tweeting, sharing, posting, and uploading across the country as they launch a nation-wide
Sanjar Usen-uulu, a school guard in the predominantly ethnic Kyrgyz village of Kyzyl Ai, Kyrgyzstan, was severely beaten by a group of teenage students in the spring due to his half-Uzbek origins.
When Om walked into his International Affairs class at California State University-Chico dressed in the traditional Pakistani long tunic and pants known as “shalwar kameez,” he described the presentation as, “A real exam of confidence.” Om, a Pak