The British government hosted seven Libyan partners working on IWPR’s UK-funded Antea Raeda (You Are A Pioneer) project at a reception to...
As part of the implementation of project, "Voices from Libya", IWPR is looking to engage a consultancy firm/production company or individual consultants to provide a six days training on digital/social media outreach and content development/production.
Deadline: Nov 22, 2019.
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: Dec 19, 2019.
IWPR is inviting quotations for the provision of IT services for its offices in London, Washington DC, Amsterdam and field offices.
Deadline: Jan 17, 2020.
"IWPR fills a critical gap by helping local journalists to focus on human rights and justice issues. In the process, it contributes to democratic transitions, and demonstrates that the best war reporting is not about military conflict, but human consequences."
Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations; Pulitzer Prize-winning author
"IWPR produces fine reports from unstable parts of the world that are too often ignored by the mainstream media — reports that promote understanding in place of entrenched bigotry and prejudice."