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Event hears that falling oil and gas prices may be a barrier to implementing greener policies.
Initiative launched to campaign for media freedom during time of crisis.
Expert event explores the impact on regional development and democracy.
“It is not fair for us to face injustice both inside and outside prison.”
Fears that the toll from abuse during lockdown could be higher than from the virus itself.
28 Oct 11
IWPR story touches a nerve as local republication draws flurry of reader comments.
26 Oct 11
IWPR report revealed that Herat officers had been allegedly infringing rights of unmarried couples.
24 Oct 11
IWPR story about her life in Azerbaijan helps bring about reunion in France with relatives she had not seen for over 60 years.
21 Oct 11
IWPR story found that owing to hurried nature of changes, children’s conditions had often worsened.
21 Oct 11
Scheme aimed at improving women's prospects in advertising and design begins with Baghdad photography workshop.
20 Oct 11
IWPR radio programme on commemoration of war dead provokes discussion on controversy that’s rarely aired by northern media outlets.
28 Sep 11
Trip to France seemed impossible dream, but IWPR coverage will help Yvonne Botteau Jacques head for Lyons after nearly 70 years away.
9 Sep 11
Arabic-language initiative aims to link activists across the country.
6 Sep 11
Journalists set to benefit from long term on-the-job training as they begin third series of Facing Justice radio programme.
31 Aug 11
Bilingual multimedia website aimed at international as well as local audience.