Round table highlights cases in which heavy-handed officials prevented access to information.
Resources will enable public activists, journalists and ordinary citizens to monitor state expenditures and investigate corruption.
IWPR reporting project provides unique insight and access to historic opportunity to see justice done for wartime atrocities.
Testimonies form basis of articles and multimedia packages in world-renowned publications as well as a future resource of potential war crimes evidence.
IWPR projects build advanced fact-checking and analysis abilities among journalists in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
Workshop provides opportunity to network and share expertise away from the frontline.
“The entire society is entirely unified and mobilised.”
Odesa workshop provides journalists and rights defenders with key safety and security skills.
Project aims to help conflict journalists meet evidential standards that will allow their work to support future justice processes.
Founder Anthony Borden reflects on the 30-year journey of IWPR and how local voices meet the challenge of global disinformation.