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Reporting from DR Congo, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda.

IWPR is at the forefront of media interventions in situations of human suffering and mass abuses around the world. It gives a voice to the vulnerable and delivers crucial analysis on conflict and impunity to both a local and global audience. As the leading news agency reporting on international justice and human rights, IWPR makes an important contribution to the value and effectiveness of local judicial mechanisms as well as international legal institutions such as the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Brendan McKenna
31 Oct 07
Ugandan military attempts to prove it’s capable of trying its own war crime suspects.
Samuel Okiror
31 Oct 07
Museveni says funds to come from government’s reconciliation and rehabilitation programme.
Katy Glassborow
26 Oct 07
ICC prosecutor says the rebels are using the money they make to rearm.
Katy Glassborow
26 Oct 07
An IWPR investigation shows victims of Darfur conflict remain largely ignorant of the court that’s pledged to deliver them justice.
Joe Wacha
23 Oct 07
Senior LRA members could be required to meet their maimed victims as part of a traditional justice process.
Samuel Okiror
23 Oct 07
Politicians concerned corruption could threaten president’s multi-million dollar regeneration programme for war-ravaged north.
IWPR
19 Oct 07
Une enquête de l’IWPR montre que les victimes du conflit au Darfour ignorent encore pour la plupart l’existence de la Cour qui a promis de leur rendre justice.
Sonia Nezamzadeh
16 Oct 07
Analysts are split over merits of holding part of the Lubanga proceedings in the Congo.
Samuel Okiror
16 Oct 07
President outlines development plans for northern Uganda as tentative peace talks continue and displaced villagers return home.
Julius Ocen
16 Oct 07
Local justice offers an alternative to formal trials, but applying unwritten tribal codes may not be enough to bring closure to Uganda’s brutal conflict.

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