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.
From 13-15 June 2016, 18 journalists and media workers from 12 regions of Ukraine, including IDPs from Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions, participated in a training on digital security.20 June 2016
On June 2nd, a round table was organised with Lyon-based development actors to discuss the relationship between local development and human rights.10 June 2016
IREX Europe together with Russian Union of Journalists and National Union of Journalists of Ukraine held a panel discussion at World Press Freedom Day 2016. Our panel entitled Two Countries, One Profession: A Dialogue between Ukrainian and Russian Journalists brought journalists from Russia and Ukraine to Helsinki, Finland on May the 2nd, allowing them to share their views with the audience on the challenges the Russia/Ukraine conflict poses to journalists and how the two journalism communities have responded to those challenges.2 June 2016
IREX Europe releases its 2015 annual report, highlighting our work across the Middle East and North Africa to promote and support the reform of state media and freedom of expression in the region.4 May 2016
Nearly 25 years after the concept of EU citizenship was first enshrined in the EU Maastricht Treaty, it is time for a thorough assessment of the key achievements and the pending challenges where more work remains to be done in order for citizens to fully reap the rights and privileges that come with it.25 April 2016
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.