Syria | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
SyriaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Five part series on conflict sensitive and ethical journalism.
Handbook uses real-life stories to illustrate common pitfalls.
Defying conservative customs to continue studying.
A woman follows her fighter husband to live among strangers.
Women seize opportunity to debunk myths surrounding the conflict.
27 Feb 18
The brutal consequences of not meeting society's expectations.
26 Feb 18
Parents and educators warn that stress and family breakdown are the main factors.
23 Jan 18
An ordinary teenager, doomed to the fate of a social outcast.
20 Dec 17
Staff and users defy bomb damage to continue their activities.
23 Nov 17
A peace workshop defies conservative local attitudes.
17 Nov 17
A young woman's dreams are shattered by the war.
26 Oct 17
Defying social prejudice to serve in the civil defence.
25 Oct 17
How a local council is aiming to solve territorial disputes.
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