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Global VoicesJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Kyrgyzstan, UzbekistanLanguage and education could be key to improving relations.
KazakstanThe authorities may not be able to ignore mass rallies which greeted presidential vote.
GeorgiaRussian remains a key means of communication despite official efforts to promote state language.
Azerbaijan, GeorgiaAzerbaijan and Georgia need to answer urgent questions about reporter’s kidnapping and imprisonment.
GeorgiaFive-day event set to go ahead despite security fears.
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Bickering and passing the buck for government failures will not help either the country or families of bombing victims
By Dilrukshi Handunnetti
Dilrukshi Handunnetti writes about the importance of leadership in Sri Lanka, as the country comes to terms with the deadly bombings in Colombo and elsewhere. Dilrukshi recently finished her work as lead trainer for IWPR's Sri Lankan Investigative Reporting Project. She is now Executive Director of the Sri Lanka Centre for Investigative Journalism, which launched earlier this year as part of our sustainability plan for journalism on the island.
IWPR in the News
The adulation heaped on the Nobel laureate recalled the treatment of Mother Teresa. But her failure to act on the Rohingya crisis has destroyed the myth
By Alan Davis, IWPR Asia & Eurasia Director