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IWPR Impacts

 IWPR digital security expert Bahaa Nasr explains how to use encrypted emails. (Photo: IWPR)
16 Jun 14
Courses provide skills for trainers to take back to their own countries.
30 May 14
Week of activities to inform web users of threats they face and how to address them.
28 Mar 14
Issues include human rights, accountability, reconciliation and refugees.
19 Mar 14
International Justice Tribune published by new foundation in The Hague.
11 Sep 13
Day-long event covers complexities of reporting international justice processes.
23 Aug 13
Day-long event marking centenary of Hague Peace Palace will provide insights into media coverage of conflict.
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.
(Photo: Monika Huber)
IWPR staff
13 Sep 12
A new collection of photographs and texts offers a fresh perspective on the turbulence and conflict that have swept the Middle East and North Africa in the last year and a half.
Still from documentary Criminal Code - one of the documentaries IWPR trainees helped produce during the 12-month project on transitional justice.
Mirza Ajnadžić
19 Jan 12
Young people inspired by product of year-long initiative.
Maiwand Safi
3 Nov 11
IWPR story revealed that members of village security forces in Kapisa province were quitting over poor pay and equipment.