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Pakistan

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

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On the Khyber Pass, the most famous crossing on Afghanistan’s long and poorly-defined border with neighbouring Pakistan. (Photo by James Mollison/Creative Commons)
6 May 11
Recent Pakistani attempts to woo Kabul have failed to build confidence.
28 Mar 11
Leading English-language newspaper in the country reports on findings of a review of IWPR’s ground-breaking media project.
14 Mar 11
Analysts see Pakistani support as key to guaranteeing security of pipeline through insurgent heartlands.
Young men returning from Islamic studies abroad, in response to a call from the Tajik president. (Photo courtesy of Stan TV)
24 Nov 10
Government fears radicalisation of thousands of seminary students abroad.
Future journalists scripting a radio programme at Chitral Public School. (Photo: OMP)
26 Oct 10
Thousands of students form madrassas and government schools take part in discussion clubs and basic journalism courses.
21 Oct 10
International broadcaster devotes programme to IWPR’s groundbreaking journalism project in Pakistan.

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