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Arman Sahakyan (right) in court with his lawyer Maro Khachaturyan. (Photo: Nor Serund)
IWPR team in Armenia
3 Sep 15
Concerns about legal loophole that excludes LGBT community from legal protections afforded to minorities.
Journalists at an investigative reporting course in Karakol, which ran on June 23-27 June. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR Central Asia
21 Aug 15
Workshops introduce participants from across the country to essential practical skills
IWPR and visiting journalists meet community leaders in Duisi. (Photo: Onnik Krikorian)
Heather Yundt
25 Jun 15
Journalists have heard the stories of fighters going off to Syria. Now they’ve had a chance to visit an area said to be a hotbed of radical Islam.
Ukrainian journalists in a simulation exercise, part of medical training delivered as part of IWPR's hostile environments course in November 2014. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR
22 May 15
Trainees learn how to report safely on conflict, and receive body armour kit to help them do that.
Journalists interview construction company staff at the new station in Akhalkalaki. (Photo: IWPR Georgia)
IWPR Georgia
11 May 15
Cross-border railway could tie region into trade with Europe, but there's been little discussion of it locally.
IWPR training event in Osh, April 2015. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR Central Asia
30 Apr 15
Series of events designed to create common ground between journalists and human rights community.
Participants in a discussion after the screening of "Macedonian". (Photo: Mario Donlic)
Dzenana Halimovic, Maja Bjelajac
24 Apr 15
“No excuses for silence,” audience at film screening is told.
Screening of IWPR and Mebius film documentary "I love SFK" at Cinema City Sarajevo. (Photo: Eldar Spahic)
Dzenana Halimovic
5 Mar 15
Film follows trials and successes of mixed-ethnicity women’s football team.
IWPR Caucasus
2 Feb 15
Analysts go behind the headlines to weigh up the risks posed by an upsurge in fighting.
Journalists interview a resident of Zardiantkari as he crosses a Georgian police checkpoint. (Photo: Heather Yundt/IWPR)
Heather Yundt
28 Jan 15
IWPR takes Georgian reporters to a village on the fragile boundary with South Ossetia.

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