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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

IWPR Impacts

IWPR
11 Aug 10
Lawmakers say IWPR report contributed to ending threatening behaviour of young activists in one of DRC’s provincial parliaments.
Farah Ali
11 Aug 10
IWPR campaign groups unite to bolster advocacy efforts in the country.
IWPR
21 Jul 10
Female journalists trained to become regular contributors to radio programme devoted to coverage of sexual violence, human rights and justice issues.
A disused military vehicle into service as a barricade on the outskirts of Osh. (Photo: Isomidin Ahmedjanov)
Saule Mukhametrakhimova
21 Jul 10
IWPR teams up with leading foreign policy think-tank to assess the significance of the recent clashes.
IWPR
15 Jul 10
IWPR story about town’s silence over grisly past prompts idea for performance piece on revision and denial of history.
Dina Tokbaeva, Inga Sikorskaya
7 Jul 10
IWPR journalists said to have raised awareness about threat posed by disease in the region.
Kyrgyz security forces drive past a burnt-out car blocking a road in Osh. (Photo: Inga Sikorskaya)
IWPR
30 Jun 10
Local observers praise IWPR reporting on the overthrow of Bakiev for its insight and balance.
Students during a classroom training session. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR
23 Jun 10
IWPR training gives undergraduates at capital’s university a much-appreciated chance to work on reporting assignments.
Metro Centre to Defend Journalists coordinator Rahman Gharib (centre) leads a demonstration of 60 journalists on April 22 to protest over an upsurge in violence against the press. (Photo: Haidar Omar)
IWPR
23 Jun 10
IWPR has been playing a key role in defending under fire journalists in the region.
IWPR
18 Jun 10
Leading media in the region republish IWPR report, drawn by its impartiality and new insights into the case.

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