IWPR News

IWPR News
28 Mar 14
Issues include human rights, accountability, reconciliation and refugees.
IWPR News
19 Mar 14
International Justice Tribune published by new foundation in The Hague.
IWPR News
11 Sep 13
Day-long event covers complexities of reporting international justice processes.
IWPR News
23 Aug 13
Day-long event marking centenary of Hague Peace Palace will provide insights into media coverage of conflict.
Kenya’s Chief Justice, Willy Mutunga, and Dean of Strathmore University Law School, Luis Franceschi, talk to reporters following the launch. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR News
23 Jan 13
Online resource will serve as platform for journalists covering transitional justice and politics.
(Photo: Monika Huber)
IWPR News
13 Sep 12
A new collection of photographs and texts offers a fresh perspective on the turbulence and conflict that have swept the Middle East and North Africa in the last year and a half.
Representatives of national minorities in Armenia get to grips with new media techniques. Afghan civilians and members of the Afghan National Army unload ballot materials from an Mi-17 helicopter in Jaghuri, in preparation for the September 18 election. (Photo: ISAF/U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Joseph Swafford/released) Radio producer Zabihullah Ziar will be producing the radio documentaries. (Photo: IWPR) The three members of the panel at which the IWPR documentary was screened. From left to right,  Bosnian movie director Ahmed Imamovic, IWPR reporter Marija Arnauitovic, and Italian director Mirko Pincelli. (Photos: Vanja Pantic and Kristi Roybal)
Listeners to IWPR’s Facing Justice programme debate the importance of war memorials and establishing a record of the conflict in northern Uganda. (Photo: 	IWPR) Trainees at the Sarajevo workshop on transitional justice reporting held by IWPR and its local partners, 10-12 Jan 2011. (Photo: IWPR) (Photo: Monika Huber) IWPR technician Mirian Koridze editing a video report. (Photo: IWPR) Metro Centre to Defend Journalists coordinator Rahman Gharib (centre) leads a demonstration of 60 journalists on April 22 to protest over an upsurge in violence against the press. (Photo: Haidar Omar) Adnan Sami and Sajjad Mubarak, participants in IWPR’s Open Minds youth journalism project.