Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Giving Voice, Driving Change
UzbekistanState oppression is combined with indifference from local human rights groups.
TajikistanRelatives and colleagues say that charges of inciting ethnic and religious hatred are baseless.
ArmeniaCritics argue that the burden would not be equally spread.
ArmeniaCan Yerevan regulate the information field without damaging freedom of speech?
MoldovaTackling corruption and changing the judicial system no longer seems to be Chisinau’s priority.
Request for Proposals
Voices for Change is an initiative to incubate the development of the Libyan media in support of the emergence of a democratic state and an open society. The main priority of this programming is to develop high-quality media content related to democracy, good governance, civil society and human rights, the role of women in society, youth engagement, and other topics essential to the country’s political transition and constitutional process.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Feb 19, 2020.
IWPR seeks a professional trainer to deliver a 3-day training to 15-20 journalists on conflict sensitive journalism . The consultant is also expected to mentor the participants and edit 15 articles ideas related to transitional justice. The training should be conducted verbally in Arabic, and all material needs to be in Arabic as well. The reports to be provided to IWPR should be in English.
DEADLINE: To apply you must register interest before Feb 20, 2020.
IWPR in the News
By Reza H Akbari, IWPR Programme Manager
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