Project Updates

Round-up of news and developments in IWPR programmes around the world.

Main ICC premises in The Hague. (Photo: Vincent van Zeijst)
Project Highlight
Nairobi event will discuss whether prosecutions are the key to accountability in Africa.
Audience members participate in IWPR/Wayamo ReportingKenya international panel discussion in The Hague featuring a range of opinions on the future of the International Criminal Court. (Photo: Kioko wa Kiwandi)
Project Highlight
Panel discusses whether court can meet the challenges of putting Kenya’s president on trial.
Panelists at the IWPR debate discuss Kenya's willingness to see justice done for the country's 2007-08 electoral violence. (Photo: Muthoni Njuki, Capital FM)
Project Highlight
Amid growing opposition to Hague trials, international court’s role comes under spotlight.
Kenya's attorney general, Githu Muigai, rejected ICC prosecutors' accusations of non-cooperation. (Photo: Muthoni Njuki, Capital FM)
Project Highlight
Public debate elicits strong views on Hague cases and wider issues of accountability.
Reporting Impact
Radio programme explains why development funding for the war-torn north stalled, and gives audience a chance to air forthright views.
German Ambassador to Kenya, Margit Hellwig-Boette,  and ICTY Prosecutor Serge Brammertz at the debate at Strathmore University in 
Nairobi. (Photo: IWPR)
Project Highlight
Legal experts at Nairobi event highlight peace dividends of criminal prosecutions for major crimes.
Project Highlight
Training and support for staff of country’s leading media on international justice and political reporting.
Chief Justice Willy Mutunga and British High Commissioner Dr Christian Turner. (Photo: IWPR)
Project Highlight
Groundbreaking development made public at launch of IWPR and Wayamo Foundation programme.
New Facing Justice reporters (left to right) Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys and Cho Woo Willy. (Photo: IWPR)
Project Highlight
Reporters will be mentored as they work on programmes for an audience of four million.
Reporting Impact
Headmistress offers boys bursary after hearing of their plight on Facing Justice radio programme.