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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.
10 Dec 10
Forces sent on special security course after IWPR story on growing wave of attacks in Herat.
7 Dec 10
Documentary-makers shortlisted for award say IWPR training key to their success.
24 Nov 10
IWPR justice reporter Katy Glassborow interviewed by the BBC's Network Africa programme on start of Jean Pierre Bemba trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
18 Nov 10
Activists say IWPR Iraq human rights broadcast has helped raise awareness about abuses among decision-makers and the general public.
12 Nov 10
IWPR reporting and debates said to have played key role in efforts to get bill banning domestic violence through parliament.
2 Nov 10
Activist working for a Dutch-based radio station broadcasting to Sudan is among a group of campaigners detained in Khartoum.
1 Nov 10
New series of IWPR’s human rights and justice programme to air in the north of the country.
28 Oct 10
IWPR press trip helps Georgian television journalists gain better understanding of situation in tense region.
27 Oct 10
IWPR joins other campaigners to call for freeing of detainee, saying his imprisonment breaches Baku’s international legal commitments.
25 Oct 10
IWPR reporting mission and follow-up discussions draw attention to danger posed by waste from mining industry.