Globe International (Mongolia)

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Globe International "is a non-profit-making, non-membership and tax- exempted NGO. It was founded in March 1999 and based in Ulaanbaatar, Capital City of Mongolia." [1]

"Globe International in cooperation with its partner- ARTICLE 19, London based international organization for global campaign for free expression produced the first ever report titled " Mongolia in Transition: Mongolian Legislation Affecting Freedom of Expression". The first lawyers specialized on freedoms of information, expression and media trained in the framework of OSI - Budapest project " Media Legal Reform"" [2]

"In order to promote the rights of independent media the Board has decided to launch a new project on free expression violations and Globe International approached OSF, IFEX and CJES for assistance. Director Oleg Panfilov of CJES (center for in Extreme Situations, Moscow) visited Mongolia from 28 June to 2 July 2005." [3]

"In 2004 Globe International has founded Globe Art Center, which is an independent NGO in order to carry out activities of Arts for Social Changes Program." [4]


  • "Right to Know: Freedom of Information" - "started in 2002 by financial support of AUSAID, Soros Foundation and the US Embassy" [5]
  • Secrecy and Freedom of Information. International Conference 2004 - "The project was financed by The Asia Foundation and Mongolian Foundation for Open Society – Open Forum grants." [6]
  • "Media Monitoring-2005 Presidential Election project ran in cooperation with National Democratic Institute (NDI), USA has produced the Recommendations on further actions to enhance media election coverage." "Globe International organized an introductory press conference held on 8th March at the Information Center of the Mongol News Co.Ltd. Press conference was opened by H.Naranjargal, President of GI and welcomed by Scott Keirin, NDI expert. Rasto Kuzel, NDI trainer introduced the participants with monitoring methodology."[7]
  • In 2003 and 2004 obtained funding for "Workshops for street children on acting and communication skills, music and signing and dancing, performance of the play based on the stories developed by the children" from Save the Children Arts Council of Mongolia. [8]

Also received funding from the Canada Foundation, World Bank, The British Embassy, UNESCO, World Association of Newspapers, and the NDI. [9]

In 2005 they attended the World Forum for Democratization in Asia. [10]




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