Two RFE Kazakh journalists have won major IWPR journalism awards for their coverage of human rights.
Nushabe Fatullayeva of RFE’s Azeri service has been recognized by the German Technical Cooperation Society (GTZ) and the Open Society Institute (OSI).
RFE’s Kyrgyz Service recently won two awards for its youth TV program Azattlyk Plus.
Giorgi Gvakharia of RFE’s Georgian service was recognized with the 2010 “Champion of Tolerance” award on the International Day of Tolerance.
Two journalists with RFE’s Tajik Service, Radio Ozodi, have received a UN-sponsored award for outstanding coverage of HIV/AIDS in Tajikistan.
Jimsher Rekhviashvili, a journalist from RFE’s Georgian Service, has been recognized for his work covering women’s rights issues in Georgia.
RFE reporting in Afghanistan, Moldova and Ukraine was recognized for journalistic excellence at the Association for International Broadcasting (AIB) Awards in London.
Authorities in southern Iraq have recognized RFE's Radio Free Iraq "for upholding the principles of democracy and for standing by the Iraqi people in their suffering."
An RFE journalist once blacklisted and branded a "traitor" by former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic's regime has won a prestigious European media award.
Radio Free Iraq was recently recognized for their reporting by several Iraqi institutions and government ministries.
The documentary, co-produced by RFE/RL's Mohammad Reza Kazemi, was recognized for promoting humanity through film.
Journalists from RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan and the Turkmen Service were honored with the 2010 David Burke Journalism Award from the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG).