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

Global Voices

Round-table organised by IWPR, held in Sarajevo on 28-Nov-12. (Photo: Vildana Drljevic)
19 Dec 12
IWPR report and accompanying film pinpoint deep flaws in the way traumatised victims are treated when they agree to testify.
Kosovo president Atifete Jahjaga greets Ramush Haradinaj on his return from The Hague. (Photo: Kosovo president's official website.)
3 Dec 12
As Kosovo leaders suggest wartime commander’s acquittal absolves their side from guilt, Serbian politicians say it will make reconciliation that much harder.
Vojislav Seselj in the ICTY courtroom . (Photo: ICTY)
Briefly Noted
30 Nov 12
Third contempt case still under appeal as nationalist politician awaits judgement in war crimes trial.
Ramush Haradinaj (left), Idriz Balaj and Lahi Brahimaj in the ICTY courtroom moments after being acquitted. (Photo: ICTY)
Courtside
30 Nov 12
Two Kosovan co-defendants also found not guilty and freed.
Prosecution witness Milan Miladinovic in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
Courtside
23 Nov 12
Zeljko Raznatovic bragged of his killings to crowd in Croatian town, witness tells Hague trial.
22 Nov 12
IWPR documentary about suffering of witnesses in local war crimes trials, who are denied the protective measures which should keep them safe.
Courtroom in Trebinje at which protected witness Z.R. testified. (Still from Unprotected, film by IWPR directed and shot by Mirko Pincelli/Pinch Media)
Special Report
22 Nov 12
Local war crimes courts fail to provide adequate support to either traumatised victims or insider witnesses.
Courtside
16 Nov 12
“Everyone was involved," former Serbian security officer says.
16 Nov 12
Viewers in seven Balkan countries can now watch Bosnians' thoughtful reflections on brutal conflict.
Participants at the Sarajevo conference on the Hague tribunal's legacy, organised by the ICTY, 6-Nov-12. (Photo: ICTY)
10 Nov 12
Experts talk about tribunal’s contribution to international law, and what it has meant to people in former Yugoslav states.

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Moslawi traditional band playing music from the 19th century. (Photo: IWPR)
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Hugely popular event highlights city’s rehabilitation and recovery.