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German Ambassador to Kenya, Margit Hellwig-Boette,  and ICTY Prosecutor Serge Brammertz at the debate at Strathmore University in 
Nairobi. (Photo: IWPR)
Bernard Momanyi
11 Mar 13
Legal experts at Nairobi event highlight peace dividends of criminal prosecutions for major crimes.
Simon Jennings
23 Jan 13
Training and support for staff of country’s leading media on international justice and political reporting.
Kenya’s Chief Justice, Willy Mutunga, and Dean of Strathmore University Law School, Luis Franceschi, talk to reporters following the launch. (Photo: IWPR)
23 Jan 13
Online resource will serve as platform for journalists covering transitional justice and politics.
Chief Justice Willy Mutunga and British High Commissioner Dr Christian Turner. (Photo: IWPR)
Simon Jennings, Thomas Bwire
10 Dec 12
Groundbreaking development made public at launch of IWPR and Wayamo Foundation programme.
Women selling bread at a market in Wau, South Sudan. (Photo: Simon Jennings)
Lucy Poni
15 Oct 12
Listeners call in to local radio stations after series on women’s rights starts airing.
New Facing Justice reporters (left to right) Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys and Cho Woo Willy. (Photo: IWPR)
Simon Jennings
12 Oct 12
Reporters will be mentored as they work on programmes for an audience of four million.
Wairagala Wakabi
13 Jul 12
Headmistress offers boys bursary after hearing of their plight on Facing Justice radio programme.
Training and mentoring course for broadcast journalists held in Juba. (Photo: IWPR)
Simon Jennings
18 May 12
Training programme in Juba ahead of new series addressing women’s rights in areas bordering Sudan.
A community debate in Nwoya district allowed local residents to put concerns to local government representatives. (Photo: IWPR)
22 Feb 12
IWPR radio programme and community-based discussions provide vital channel for citizens to put concerns to local government.
3 Nov 11
Kenyan reporters get to grips with ICC as confirmation of charges hearings in cases connected with post-election violence get underway.