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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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Press Release
25 Sep 20
The EU and IWPR programme will support Libyan media amid new post-Covid-19 realities.
International Women's Day 2020
8 Mar 20
Showcasing positive role models encourages young women to pursue their dreams.
Rafiaa Al Abidi was the first female judge in Benghazi. (Still from video by raedatlibya.net)
International Women's Day 2020
8 Mar 20
IWPR project highlights success stories and challenges preconceptions.
IWPR's civil society partners meet with members of the international community during the event hosted by the UK Embassy to Libya. (Photo: Abby Tillman/IWPR)
Project Highlight
19 Nov 19
IWPR’s work with women-led NGOs highlighted at embassy event.
Project Highlight
2 May 18
Films make it easy to share valuable educational material anywhere and anytime.
University students hold a planning session for TV programming during exercises at the Tripoli Media Lab in November 2014. (Photo: IWPR)
5 Dec 14
Budding journalists learn vital skills during placements in Tunisia.
Trainees from Libya's Radio Zlitin train alongside Radio 6 engineers in Tunis. (Photo: IWPR)
5 Dec 14
IWPR's development fund for Libyan stations aims to enhance editorial skills and improve output.
13 Oct 14
Training course for experienced media staff focuses on more lively, diverse production.
The head of Libya’s parliament, Agila Saleh Essa Gwaider, addresses the United Nations General Assembly, September 27, 2014. (Photo: Kena Betancur/copyright Getty Images)
9 Oct 14
Series aims to engage listeners in discussing their country's future.
Trainees learn how to respond to a traffic accident. (Photo: IWPR)
30 Sep 14
Journalists learn essential survival skills for an increasingly dangerous profession.

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