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Global VoicesJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
TurkmenistanThe sector exists simply to idolise the president and serve the ruling class.
Georgia, AbkhaziaMaintenance of shared facility could lead to power cuts next year.
CubaThe state steps up its assault and harassment of independent artists.
IraqGovernment poised to adopt far-reaching legislation on online expression.
KarabakhThousands of residents have already come back, but many face a challenging future.
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.
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As coronavirus sweeps the globe, IWPR’s network of local reporters, activists and analysts are examining the economic, social and political impact of this era-defining pandemic.
Disinformation, fake news and propaganda are emerging as among the most powerful threats of the modern age. Facilitated by new forms of media and spread by governments and non-state actors alike, these potent tools have far-reaching consequences for human rights and media freedoms around the world.
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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