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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

31 Jan 11
They work out of anonymous London offices, but Juba's UK representatives are getting ready to come out of the shadows.
Salva Kiir Mayardit (in black hat), the South Sudan leader, speaks to the press after casting his ballot in the referendum on self-determination.  (Photo: UN Photo/Tim McKulka)
20 Jan 11
Many ex-African rebel leaders have failed as statesmen - but the South Sudan leader may buck the trend.
Voters turn out in large numbers in Juba, capital of South Sudan, on the first day of polling in the south's long-awaited self-determination referendum.  (Photo: UN Photo/Tim McKulka)
19 Jan 11
Security force excesses need to be curbed otherwise independence hopes may turn sour, observers say.
Editorial Comment
13 Jan 11
Disputed area of southern Sudan remains a potential flashpoint– but not because of its oil resources.
13 Jan 11
They may be far from home, but southern Sudanese living abroad relish opportunity to vote on the future of their homeland.
UN peacekeepers distribute water to Darfuris. (Photo: UNAMID - Olivier Chassot)
Special Report
7 Jan 11
Agencies said to be reluctant to confront Sudanese government about obstructions to humanitarian aid effort.

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