The majority of this work is produced in local languages and, where possible, disseminated via local online and traditional media platforms to impact the communities, countries and regions where they live.
Global Voices presents a selection of this rich global content, which is produced with extensive training and mentoring from IWPR expert teams. Story production itself is a critical component of IWPR’s methodology, combining on-the-job mentoring with opportunities to report and be heard by an international audience.
Ukrainians are united behind their president, but corruption scandals may affect their support.
Project delivers medical aid to people in remote areas and those displaced by the war.
Authorities are taking measures to address high infertility rate and address demographic challenges.
Some 20 servicemen have already been identified and suspected of mistreating villagers.
Locals say that the physical and emotional damage will take a long time to heal.
Man found to be acting on own initiative while looting civilian house in occupied village.
The 40-year-old faces up to five years in prison following an arrest many see as directly related to his criticism of the interior ministry.
In one of the world’s most dangerous countries for reporters, mere dissent can lead to years in jail.
Pre-trial investigation into teenager’s death continues after likely stalling during Russian occupation.
Longtime ruler of autonomous enclave resigns on health concerns, but observers maintain his exit was on Baku’s orders.
Trial of 22 defendants enters final stages amid concerns of bias and lack of transparency.
The limits of Moscow’s security promises now clearly demonstrates that Yerevan must adjust to a dangerous new reality of standing alone.
The combined sentences of those jailed in demonstrations amount to nearly 500 years.
Ukraine Justice Report
Amplify, Verify, Engage
"Always when I think of press freedom I think of my colleague Jamal Khashoggi... Jamal’s work is not over – it lives on in the spirit of every reporter working to bring truth to light."
Janine di Giovanni
Senior Fellow at Yale University
Mobile war crimes investigation teams are collecting evidence across the country to bring perpetrators to justice.
Activists fight traditions that exclude female worshippers from communal prayers.