Global Voices | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Global VoicesJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
AfghanistanPrisoners endangered as building work stalls on new premises.
AfghanistanTelecommunication provision so poor that locals need to use the services of neighbouring Tajikistan.
AfghanistanIt’s proving hard to get a license without paying a heft backhander.
AfghanistanInvestigation suggests that large numbers of children are being sexually assaulted.
AfghanistanGraduates forced to stay at home or turn to menial tasks to make a living.
IWPR provides a multilingual platform for journalists who would otherwise have no outlet. Multimedia and text stories cover the themes of IWPR’s project activities, from human rights to good governance, conflict to inclusive societies. Story production is an integral part of IWPR’s training methodology, as on-the-job mentoring builds massively on formal training courses.
- Europe & Eurasia
- Latin America
- Middle East & North Africa
- Training & Resources
- Print Publications
- IWPR Spotlight
IWPR in the News
For almost three years, while her home city of Mosul was under occupation by so-called Islamic State (IS), Tahani Salih kept a daily diary documenting their crimes.
By Daniella Peled, IWPR Managing Editor
IWPR TOPICSWar crimes Human rights Rule of Law Conflict Health Diplomacy Children Media Protests Women Womens rights Economy Elections Conflict resolution
- Afghanistan: Peace & Reconciliation
- Afghanistan: Promoting Human Rights and Good Governance
- NEW: Afghanistan: Supporting Investigative Reporting & Civil Society
- Afghanistan: Youth and Elections
- Azerbaijan: Letters from a Jail
- ICTY - Radovan Karadžić Trial
- ICTY - Ratko Mladić Trial
- International Justice - ICC
- International Justice - ICTY
- Syria: Speaking Out: Women's Voices
"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."