What's New at IWPR

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

The launch ceremony for the grants scheme was attended by  Libyan government, EU, Deutsche Welle Akademie and IWPR representatives. Tripoli, March 19, 2014. (Photo: IWPR)
17 Apr 2014
IWPR running grants scheme to help media outlets grow and develop.
University of Tripoli students use the media lab work stations during the March 26 launch event for the media training facility. (Photo: Ibrahim El-Mayet)
4 Apr 2014
Libya needs people to go into journalism, UK ambassador says at launch of IWPR-backed media training facility.
28 Mar 2014
Issues include human rights, accountability, reconciliation and refugees.
19 Mar 2014
International Justice Tribune published by new foundation in The Hague.
Main ICC premises in The Hague. (Photo: Vincent van Zeijst)
10 Feb 2014
Nairobi event will discuss whether prosecutions are the key to accountability in Africa.
Panelists at an IWPR round table on the Bosnian census, held on December 20 in Sarajevo. (Photo: IWPR)
18 Jan 2014
Experts say the process was manipulated to suit political ends and stir ethnic tensions.
(Image by placeit.net)
15 Jan 2014
IWPR trains netizens in Arab world to identify and avoid internet threats.
(Left to right) Prizewinning journalist Olesya Vartanyan, IWPR Caucasus Programme Director Beka Bajelidze, EUMM Chief of Press and Public Information Unit Ann Vaessen, EUMM head Toivo Klaar. (Photo: IWPR)
20 Dec 2013
EU awards first prize for peace journalism.
Milan and Smilja Vidovic, who decided to donate organs of their deceased son to both Bosniaks and Serbs. (Still from New Life documentary by IWPR)
17 Dec 2013
Banja Luka audience moved by IWPR film on parents’ decision to donate son’s organs without regard for ethnic divides.
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)
7 Dec 2013
Panel discusses whether court can meet the challenges of putting Kenya’s president on trial.