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.
Ongoing reconsideration of the use of Russian language, culture, and music gathers new momentum following Russia’s full-scale invasion.
The plan to allow third-country nationals to cross is seen as the next step towards full normalisation between the two neighbours.
Detentions come amid a crackdown on street protests in the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region.
Communication is sketchy in the Russian-occupied city as former residents try to locate loved ones struggling to access fuel, food and water.
"The worst thing was hearing screams of people looking for their relatives".
Child refugees from Ukraine are getting the chance to receive education in their native language.
Discrimination remain common as the country edges towards the European integration.
It will be near-impossible to fulfil EU-mandated obligations without a paradigm shift in how the ruling party views its role and place in the country’s history.
The Ukraine Voices project supports Ukrainian journalists reporting on the Russian invasion of their country.
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
Activists fight traditions that exclude female worshippers from communal prayers.
The war confounds young people’s efforts to revitalise Ukraine’s embattled east and counter Russian propaganda.