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LibyaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Showcasing positive role models encourages young women to pursue their dreams.
IWPR project highlights success stories and challenges preconceptions.
IWPR’s work with women-led NGOs highlighted at embassy event.
Budding journalists learn vital skills during placements in Tunisia.
IWPR's development fund for Libyan stations aims to enhance editorial skills and improve output.
24 Aug 11
Exiles prepare to go back to visit family and help rebuild country.
24 Aug 11
Basic medical supplies needed as fight for control of Libyan capital continues.
23 Aug 11
Tripoli residents celebrate with “Zenga Zenga” song from viral web clip.
22 Aug 11
Libyan activist prepares to go home as regime is poised to fall.
10 Aug 11
Killing of rebel commander puts pressure on Benghazi administration to rein in militias.
8 Aug 11
Opposition sympathisers acknowledge commander’s death was a setback but insist it has not affected morale.
17 May 11
Activist visits southern Tunisia to find out how best to help those displaced by the conflict.
11 May 11
Morale amongst injured fighters high with many determined to return to the front once they recover.
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