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SyriaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
“We fight a criminal regime as well as society’s restrictions.”
IWPR’s Liberated_T video highlights problem of social blindness amid the pandemic.
“It is not fair for us to face injustice both inside and outside prison.”
IWPR partners move efforts online to meet the challenge of the pandemic.
From stay-at-home mother to fearless reporter.
25 Jun 17
Missiles have become a precious resource for local people who can sell the remnants for high prices.
10 Jun 17
Both young and old are forced to survive as best they can.
10 Jun 17
Collecting and reusing waste has proved to be an unexpected source of income.
25 May 17
A rare opportunity to hear first-hand stories of life inside the conflict.
20 May 17
When the people have left, only death and destruction remain.
11 May 17
A rare opportunity to hear perspectives which remain largely uncovered.
29 Apr 17
A mother wonders when the tide of blood will stop.
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