Africa | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
AfricaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Online event explores how journalists need to approach this challenging issue.
Website to provide multimedia training and resources for fact-checking and investigations.
Expert event to explore the impact of Covid-19 misinformation across Africa.
Investigative journalism is being used as a robust tool for advocacy.
How a collaborative approach is boosting human rights advocacy and defending social justice.
10 Nov 15
Rigorous scrutiny of civil and military authorities should make them more accountable.
9 Oct 15
Investigative journalism skills essential to uncovering corruption and wrongdoing.
9 Oct 15
Project aims to empower media and civil society to become effective anticorruption watchdogs.
11 Jun 15
Local reporters contribute to making shows relevant, and “listener groups” help make sure they are.
5 May 15
A member of the media regulation body outlines successes and challenges.
21 Apr 15
"We were always looking for someone who would invest in us and grow with us," grantee says.
23 Feb 15
Limited resources like water and grazing have led to increasingly frequent battles between agriculturalists and nomadic pastoralists.
20 Feb 15
Reports from across the country will be compiled in Juba and broadcast on seven radio stations.
20 Feb 15
A decade after the project began, crucial sea defences in southern Nigerian town remain unfinished.
19 Feb 15
Despite the dangers, many women shun trained medical help during childbirth.
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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