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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.
2017 Women's Day
8 Mar 17
Displaced and impoverished by war, a mother-to-be desperately seeks help.
5 Mar 17
Sisters divided by war, with no reunion in sight.
4 Mar 17
Detainees say that death is preferable to languishing in the notorious jail.
6 Feb 17
Project focuses on solving long-standing distribution problems.
30 Jan 17
Initiative aims to both document damage and implement restoration projects.
27 Jan 17
Institute provides agricultural training to people whose studies were interrupted by the war.
26 Jan 17
Medical charity is rolling out dozens of local aid projects.
25 Jan 17
A family refuses to leave their village during a regime incursion.
24 Jan 17
Locals already struggling to cope with a general rise in food costs.
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