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Discussion raises shared challenges faced by those in occupied territories.
Showcasing positive role models encourages young women to pursue their dreams.
IWPR project highlights success stories and challenges preconceptions.
Study shows that sexist comments appear regularly across a range of digital media.
Multilingual collaborations aim to improve the flow of information across the region.
25 Aug 11
Officials silent on funding crisis facing children’s homes.
17 Aug 11
Activists monitoring Azeri government spending say officials more inclined to listen to them following IWPR story.
12 Aug 11
IWPR initiative allows Azeri and Armenian reporters to exchange views and work together on assignments.
11 Aug 11
Youngsters in Belgrade say they preferred IWPR’s reporting on his arrest to that of the Serbian media.
10 Aug 11
Monitoring of inmates and conditions at Kabul detention facility improved after IWPR investigation into child’s death in custody.
10 Aug 11
IWPR workshop seeks to improve knowledge of rights legislation and related subjects amongst influential groups.
2 Aug 11
Omid Khpelwak had helped arrange an IWPR workshop and agreed to become a local contributor and editor.
1 Aug 11
IWPR report on dire consequences of cheap imports for Herat factories triggers further press coverage.
26 Jul 11
A new IWPR film examines attempts by women in the region to build bridges between estranged communities in Georgia.
7 Jul 11
IWPR has launched a new training programme aimed at enabling local journalists to produce high-quality video features.