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

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US army soldiers out on patrol in Wardak province's Tangi Valley.
IWPR
22 Sep 10
Afghan media chiefs say IWPR feature helped them better understand lawless reality in province.
Afghan civilians and members of the Afghan National Army unload ballot materials from an Mi-17 helicopter in Jaghuri, in preparation for the September 18 election. (Photo: ISAF/U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Joseph Swafford/released)
IWPR
17 Sep 10
Ground-breaking election coverage sent out to Afghans across the country during crucial election period.
IWPR
16 Sep 10
Thirteen candidates have made it onto the shortlist for this year’s Kurt Schork Awards for International Journalism.
Ella Rolfe
18 Aug 10
Blog set up to host articles written by young people from some of worst-affected regions of Pakistan.
IWPR
16 Aug 10
Republication across the country grows as IWPR Iraq stories are cited for professional, unbiased approach.
IWPR
16 Aug 10
Innovative IWPR films tell personal stories of former refugees returning to their homes.
Ella Rolfe
16 Aug 10
After just three months’ of training, latest IWPR recruits are reporting on strife-torn tribal areas.
IWPR
15 Aug 10
IWPR takes part in development of final draft of university course on reporting international justice issues.
IWPR
12 Aug 10
Impoverished refugees buoyed by offers of help after IWPR programme reported on their plight.
Representatives of national minorities in Armenia get to grips with new media techniques.
IWPR
12 Aug 10
IWPR teaches communities how to improve communications using new media tools.

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