Project Profile

A regular snapshot of IWPR’s programmatic work.


Journalist from Armenia and Azerbaijan attending training in Tbilisi. (Photo: Mirian Koridze/IWPR)
Azerbaijani and Armenian journalists work together and find they have more in common than they thought.
Reporters friom Radio Dunya making use of IWPR's Charikar centre. (Photo: IWPR)
Two new IWPR media centres provide much needed training and internet access for provincial journalists.
Scene from Tales of Transition, a mini TV-series produced by IWPR.
IWPR multi-media work in the region has sought to encourage society to address the legacy of the early Nineties’ conflicts.
Protestor waving the Egyptian Flag during the protests in Tahrir Square, Cairo. (Photo: Jonathan Rashad/Flickr)
IWPR project communicates the diverse range of opposition opinion and analysis to a global audience.
A journalist from the university town of Ibadan receives her certificate from  Ivor Gaber and NENR editor, Lanre Arogundade, on completing the IWPR Fair Media, Fair Elections training workshop. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR programme works with local journalists to improve credibility of political reporting.
Refugees’ News reporting team get to grips with audio recorders. (Photo: Maia Avaliani)
Officials say programme has enabled them to tackle difficulties faced by those uprooted in Georgia's conflicts.
An actor plays a rapist in a role play situation during a training session on interviewing suspects in sexual violence cases. (Photo: Melanie Gouby)
Emphasis on training female journalists helps highlight sexual violence and other human rights abuses in east of country.
The Uganda radio project team. From the left, Moses Odokonyero (project coordinator), Florence Ogola (reporter), Simon Jennings (project manager), Arthur Okot (reporter), and Alex Odongo (reporter). (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR radio programme on transitional justice provides survivors of the LRA insurgency with a platform to air their views on efforts to restore stability to northern Uganda.
Journalists from around Kyrgyzstan attend a human rights reporting workshop in the town of Chok-Tal, August 2010. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR has helped dozens of rights organisation to communicate more effectively with the public.
The On the Scale team: From Left to Right, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa, Simon Jennings, Katy Glassborow and Tajeldin Abdhalla Adam
More than a million people in Darfur and Chad tune in to weekly justice radio programme.
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IWPR project aimed at combating climate of impunity over extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances featured on website of leading Philippine broadcaster.
Middle East editor and trainer Raed Rafei with members of the Sour (Tyre) reporting team. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR project boosts youth participation in municipal life with the aim of increasing transparency and good governance.