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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 staff
26 May 11
IWPR report addresses local fears about getting caught in crossfire between police and insurgent groups.
Farah Ali
23 May 11
IWPR practical and financial support has helped Iraqi media organisations to overcome problems and prosper.
Afghan reporter Mina Habib at work in Kabul. (Photo: Molly Hennessy-Fiske, Los Angeles Times / May 18, 2011)
Los Angeles Times
20 May 11
Correspondent of leading US newspaper shadows Kabul-based IWPR trainee Mina Habib on a story and discusses her work and motivation.
20 May 11
More stations to broadcast programme playing critical role in keeping authorities updated on IDPs issues.
Aitolkyn Kourmanova
10 May 11
IWPR event leads to development of internet map of abuses of electoral procedure reported by members of the public.
Two IWPR trainees practicing interviewing techniques during a radio training session in June 2010. (Photo: Melanie Gouby)
4 May 11
IWPR producer returns to Goma to extend the reach of human rights programme and work with reporters on a new multimedia website.
4 May 11
IWPR story into increased poppy production in Kapisa spurs authorities to provide extra cash for eradication of crop.
Velma Šarić
3 May 11
IWPR calls for the millions of pages of court documents to be open to the public once the court finishes its work.
21 Apr 11
Lawyers and activists in northern Uganda say IWPR’s Facing Justice programme has prompted women to speak out about rights violations and seek justice.
Taskforce disscussion on legal issues surrounding IDPs. (Photo: IWPR)
15 Apr 11
New group, supported by IWPR, launches campaign to improve assistance to people displaced by floods and landslides.