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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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Although Raul Castro is stepping down as Cuba's leader, this is no victory for democracy. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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17 Apr 18
A pesar de las elecciones, el cambio político real está tan lejos como siempre.
Hacks de Vida (Life Hacks) is a guide to better understanding online gender violence in Latin America and how to support those who face it.
27 Mar 18
Hacks de Vida: una nueva publicación de IWPR que incluye una docena de consejos clave para los entrenadores en seguridad digital.
A street in Havana, Cuba’s capital city. (Photo: Carl Court/Getty Images)
Comment
18 Aug 17
Muchos ciudadanos enfrentan paralizados un panorama confuso.
Twenty-two year old Marisol, who is Venezuelan, has submitted an application to obtain the status of political refugee in Trinidad and Tobago. (Photo: IWPR)
12 Aug 17
Miles de inmigrantes que huyen de la crisis en Venezuela llegan a un país que no les ofrece protección legal.
(L to R) Carla Colomé, 26, reporter and editor from El Estornudo; Marita Pérez Díaz, 27, journalist and eco-editor of OnCuba Magazine; and Elaine Díaz, 31, director of Periodismo de Barrio. (Photo: Vera Penêda)
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8 Jun 17
Internet abre oportunidades para difundir la información en Cuba.
13 May 16
Documentos filtrados revelan la existencia de decenas de negocios asociados con altos funcionarios del gobierno.

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Hacks de Vida (Life Hacks) is a guide to better understanding online gender violence in Latin America and how to support those who face it.
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Publication includes a dozen key tips for digital security trainers.