Panel discussions, masterclasses, film screenings and music provides unique platform for youth across Central Asia.
Armenian, Azerbaijani and Georgian reporters delve into often overlooked topics at IWPR workshop.
Five-day event brings over 200 multi-industry executives together to discuss digital diplomacy, disinformation and entrepreneurship.
Panel explores how security concerns have profoundly impacted country’s freedom of speech and fueled misinformation.
Physical, psycho-emotional and digital safety consultations allow vulnerable media workers to gain key skills.
IWPR reporting project provides unique insight and access to historic opportunity to see justice done for wartime atrocities.
Testimonies form basis of articles and multimedia packages in world-renowned publications as well as a future resource of potential war crimes evidence.
Enhancing resilience requires the combined efforts of authorities, civil society and media.
IWPR projects build advanced fact-checking and analysis abilities among journalists in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
Russian influence remains strong across fields including culture, economy and media consumption.