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LibyaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Budding journalists learn vital skills during placements in Tunisia.
IWPR's development fund for Libyan stations aims to enhance editorial skills and improve output.
Series aims to engage listeners in discussing their country's future.
Journalists learn essential survival skills for an increasingly dangerous profession.
IWPR running grants scheme to help media outlets grow and develop.
20 May 13
Supported by IWPR, the service is already becoming an authoritative news source on the poorly-reported south.
17 May 13
Advice for under-resourced newsrooms, one-to-one mentoring for editorial staff.
11 Apr 13
Whether or not Saif al-Islam goes to the Hague, Libya’s legal system will struggle to deal with the many other cases likely to be brought.
7 Nov 12
IWPR trainers engage directly with editors and reporters.
6 Aug 12
Observers question international court’s ability to take on fresh cases as funding pressures mount.
15 Jun 12
Profile of Melinda Taylor, detained with three colleagues in Libya.
1 May 12
Although National Transitional Council has presided over period of calm, critics say it hasn’t lived up to high hopes placed in it.
27 Apr 12
Former Liberian president successfully prosecuted for war crimes, though command responsibility not proved.
21 Feb 12
Amman mixes secular and conservative identities.
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