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Rwandan journalists work on radio story ideas during IWPR training. (Photo: IWPR)
13 Feb 15
After training course, reporters generate radio programmes on the power of the airwaves.
Edna Auma has run for office in the last two local elections but without success. (Photo: Robert Wanjala)
Robert Wanjala
14 Nov 14
Why female participation in politics is so low in Nairobi’s largest slum.
A still from the Rise and Shine Rwanda TV programme.
15 Oct 14
Rise and Shine Rwanda breakfast show developed by Rwandan creative incubation project, supported by IWPR and aired on Rwandan national TV.
Koch FM in Nairobi's Korogocho slum tackled the issue of rape and the many obstacles to justice. (Photo: Matthew Rhodes/IWPR)
an IWPR reporter in Kenya
30 Sep 14
Show highlights failings in the justice process and provides vital information on reporting crime.
IWPR training session in Nigeria lead by Dayo Aiyetan. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR staff
20 Aug 14
Participants encouraged to write in-depth pieces for their own media outlets.
6 May 14
First of three reports looks at neutrality and bias in state-run and commercial media outlets.
Audience members participate in IWPR/Wayamo ReportingKenya international panel discussion in The Hague featuring a range of opinions on the future of the International Criminal Court. (Photo: Kioko wa Kiwandi)
Robert Wanjala
7 Dec 13
Panel discusses whether court can meet the challenges of putting Kenya’s president on trial.
Panelists at the IWPR debate discuss Kenya's willingness to see justice done for the country's 2007-08 electoral violence. (Photo: Muthoni Njuki, Capital FM)
J.J. Wangui, Thomas Bwire
17 Sep 13
Amid growing opposition to Hague trials, international court’s role comes under spotlight.
Kenya's attorney general, Githu Muigai, rejected ICC prosecutors' accusations of non-cooperation. (Photo: Muthoni Njuki, Capital FM)
Robert Wanjala
29 May 13
Public debate elicits strong views on Hague cases and wider issues of accountability.
Wairagala Wakabi
13 Mar 13
Radio programme explains why development funding for the war-torn north stalled, and gives audience a chance to air forthright views.