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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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A refugee camp in Darfur. (Photo: USAID)
27 Aug 10
Government wants to move displaced Darfuris from Kalma camp to new locations.
President Bashir's visit to Chad was his first to an ICC member state since the Hague court charged him with war crimes in March 2009.
4 Aug 10
Visit by Sudanese president shows ICC faces numerous obstacles in apprehending him on war crimes charges.
Growing calls for scrapping of emergency laws which have left six IDPs in prison for nearly a year without charge. (Photo: USAID)
9 Jul 10
Year-long detention without charge of six displaced Darfuris leads to demands for scrapping of region’s emergency laws.
16 Jun 10
An IWPR-produced broadcast on justice issues acquires over a million listeners in Sudan and eastern Chad.
16 Jun 10
An IWPR-produced broadcast on justice issues acquires over a million listeners in Sudan and eastern Chad.
7 Jun 10
Victims of conflict welcome outreach mission, but say more must be done to help them establish their rights before the court.
2 Jun 10
Laws on immunity should have been changed, but progress has been disappointing.
11 Apr 10
Election unlikely to change very much, but could open up a political space for opposition parties.
3 Apr 10
Accusations levelled that electoral irregularities are not being properly dealt with.
24 Mar 10
Activists say Darfur militiamen absorbed into army to prevent them facing justice. By Tajeldin Abdhalla Adam, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa, Simon Jennings and Katy Glassborow in Hilversum and Blake Evans-Pritchard in The Hague

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