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Global VoicesJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
ArmeniaCampaigners warn that government statistics showing no rise in abuse do not reflect reality.
AbkhaziaSince 2014 it has been mandatory for local schools to use the Russian language.
KyrgyzstanThe state of emergency has now been extended indefinitely.
South OssetiaSociety divided over how seriously to take the threat of infection.
GeorgiaHow women mobilised to care for the most vulnerable members of their already-stressed communities.
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She was injured in an attack and is threatened, but the Afghan journalist Mina Habib continues to write critical stories.
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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