Kloop Media Foundation
Kloop promotes freedom of speech and democratic values by educating the next generation of journalists in Central Asia.
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Having been engaged in journalism since the age of 17, Ulugbek entered the Journalism department at the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University and then came to Kloop for additional training during his university years. Today Ulugbek Akishev is one of the most successful...read more
Dmitry Denisenko is one of the first alumni of the Kloop School of Journalism who joined in 2007 as a schoolboy. After just one year at Kloop - at the age of 17 - he was employed as a reporter by the major news agency in Kyrgyzstan - AKIpress - and became one of the...read more
Students of the Kloop School of Journalism are trained in photo journalism. Here are some examples of their work.read more
Every year, about 50 young people graduate from the Kloop School of Journalism in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Students are typically secondary school and university students. These students represent the brightest and most driven students in the country. While journalism...read more
Kloop does its best to expand the knowledge of the students and to provide them with the basics of political science, human rights and freedoms, as well as legislative events of Kyrgyzstan, which are poorly taught in schools. Three reporters of Kloop have a permanent...read more
Azat Ruziev, age 16, is a 2011 alumni of the Kloop School of Journalism and a student of the specialized class, organized in the framework of Kloop since September 2012. Azat came to Kloop in the summer of 2011 at the age of 14 and was one of the most active students...read more