IREX Europe is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organisation providing innovative programmes to improve the quality of education, strengthen independent media, foster pluralistic civil society development, and reduce conflict. The IREX Europe approach emphasizes partnerships with local development organisations to expand capacity, build sustainable institutions and affect change through training, partnerships, education, research and grant programmes. ... Learn more about IREX Europe.
IREX Europe releases its annual report 2012, highlighting our work in creative approaches to social change.22 April 2013
A radio feature about divided families in Belarus and Lithuania created by a journalism student at the European Humanities University was broadcast on national radio in Australia on the 12th of March, 2013.19 March 2013
Since the foundation of European Radio for Belarus (Euroradio) in 2006, its audience and popularity have never stopped increasing. Content broadcasted by Euroradio is extremely diverse: from regular reports on the aftermath of the 2010 Presidential elections and the State’s brutal crackdown, to special reports on how life is changing in the country.11 March 2013
Interview with Jillian Hocking, who continues to work at the EHU as a visiting lecturer15 February 2013
From November 14th-16th, 2012 , twenty journalists from various regions of Ukraine participated in a News Reporting training. This was EU funded, two-phase training of the Media Neighbourhood programme ran by BBC Media Action and a consortium of international media organizations.28 January 2013
IREX Europe and its partner organization KOW Media Foundation held their first youth drama workshop for 22 Somali youth in Hargeisa.9 January 2013
IREX Europe assists in the development of nations and peoples by providing services, programs, infrastructure and technologies that improve the quality of education, strengthen independent media, foster pluralistic civil society development, and reduce conflict.