Impact | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Online event looks at how pandemic will affect future economic interests in the region.
All parties urged to respect non-combatants and observe the rules of war.
Event hears that serious measures are needed to deal with the shortfall.
Event hears how government and insurgent forces alike routinely abuse civilians.
Story on the taboo of sexual rejection amongst Afghan women wins numerous accolades.
4 Feb 15
Discussion programme takes in third of country’s provinces in January.
21 Jan 15
Journalists access internet and get training from hubs set up and equipped in two provincial centres.
12 Dec 14
Open atmosphere allows criticism to be freely aired and tough questions asked.
21 Oct 14
IWPR project provides forum for discussing difficult issues and promoting conflict resolution.
24 Sep 14
Equipment handover marks completion of IWPR incubation project.
10 Mar 14
Local residents say they have long felt their needs were being ignored, but now the government has woken up to their concerns.
18 Nov 13
IWPR project encourages young voters to think about the issues and take part in crucial polls.
Mohammad Munir Mehraban
19 Sep 13
Editor describes challenges and rewards of investigative reporting in Afghanistan.
18 Sep 13
Sikh and Hindu leaders say article got their voices heard at the highest level.
11 Sep 13
At conference run by IWPR, universities agree to teach journalism with a new, shared curriculum.