Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Giving Voice, Driving Change
UkraineNew broadcaster will aim to combat propaganda while winning hearts and minds.
GeorgiaSociologists and mothers believe that the time has come to break their silence over debilitiating condition.
MoldovaCoalition government struggles to prove it is depoliticising appointments.
GeorgiaDespite millions spent by the state and international donors, there is still poor access to proper sanitation.
CubaPublic access to the internet has increased, but the state remains vigilant.
Expression of Interest
IWPR in consortium with Reporters Without Borders and the Media Legal Defence Initiative will deliver the co-creation phase of the Aswat Horra (Free Voices) project with funding from the UK Government’s UK Aid Connect programme over nine months from May 2019 to January 2020. Aswat Horra will work in fragile countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), including Lebanon and Libya, to promote freedom of expression.
Deadline extended to: September 20, 2019.
IWPR in the News
The dilemma foreign correspondents face is whether they can tell the truth as well as those who understand the lie of the land.
By Janine di Giovanni
"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."