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EU Delegation to Armenia Ambassador Piotr Switalski.  (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR
29 Jul 16
Experts discussed rates of cancer, urban development and ongoing EU talks.
Yerevan Baku video bridge organised by IWPR Armenian Branch a day after two presidents meeting in Viennna. (Photo: IWPR Armenian)
IWPR Caucasus
17 Jul 16
Analysts discuss the tense situation around Nagorny Karabakh following a meeting between their two countries´ presidents.
Young journalists receive training in responsible reporting and countering violent extremism. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR Georgia
16 Jun 16
This key sector can play an important role in supporting rule of law and combating radicalisation.
Poster for I Love SFK, a documentary by Ada Sokolovic.
IWPR
4 May 16
Features tell stories of reconciliation and justice in a society still struggling to overcome ethnic divisions.
Tajik panellists during the April 7 Skype debate organised by IWPR. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR
21 Apr 16
Both sides say they can support each other in building new post-conflict realities.
IWPR training sessions for investigative reporters in Bishkek. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR Central Asia
12 Apr 16
Campaigning stories lead to direct government intervention.
The film Macedonian, about a Bosnian soldier who refused orders to save civilians, is screened in Sarajevo. (Photo: Dzenana Halimovic)
Dzenana Halimovic, Maja Bjelajac, Maja Nikolic
29 Feb 16
Discussion groups look at how the stories can help people deal with the legacy of conflict.
Nino Chipchiuri accepts her award at the January 20 ceremony. (Photo: IWPR Georgia)
IWPR Georgia
12 Feb 16
Award recognises reporting that promotes peaceful solutions to conflict.
Students at the Catholic Gimnasium Sveti Franjo in Tuzla discussed reconciliation. (Photo: Maja Nikolic)
Maja Nikolic, Maja Bjelajac, Dzenana Halimovic
28 Jan 16
Documentaries deal with war’s legacy as well as ways to co-exist.
Officials, NGO workers and migration activists came together for the IWPR round-table in Zugdidi. (Photo: Alexander Keshelashvili)
Regina Jegorova-Askerova
25 Jan 16
A lack of coordination means that tens of thousands of people have yet to be rehoused, despite numerous assistance programmes.

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