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Promoting Free Expression


IWPR reporter Mina Habib receives her award from Afghan information and culture minister Sayed Makhdoom Raheen. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR Afghanistan
18 Oct 12
Mina Habib didn’t expect recognition for an article criticising the powers that be.
Women selling bread at a market in Wau, South Sudan. (Photo: Simon Jennings)
Lucy Poni
15 Oct 12
Listeners call in to local radio stations after series on women’s rights starts airing.
Planning joint stories and networking activities for the Georgian, Abkhaz and South Ossetian participants in an IWPR workshop. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR Georgia
4 Oct 12
Georgian, Abkhaz and Ossetian activists and reporters to work on joint stories.
(Photo: IWPR Tunisia)
IWPR Tunisia
5 Sep 12
Participants build networks and develop skills in reporting, blogging and production.
IWPR team in Armenia
26 Jun 12
Mentoring helps journalists produce relevant content for radio.
Training and mentoring course for broadcast journalists held in Juba. (Photo: IWPR)
Simon Jennings
18 May 12
Training programme in Juba ahead of new series addressing women’s rights in areas bordering Sudan.
Debating the implications of intrusive web legislation, Tbilisi, October 2011. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR Georgia
24 Feb 12
Reporters voice concern at police powers to snoop online.
A community debate in Nwoya district allowed local residents to put concerns to local government representatives. (Photo: IWPR)
22 Feb 12
IWPR radio programme and community-based discussions provide vital channel for citizens to put concerns to local government.
Trainer Zeynal Mammadli leads a session in Baku, December 2011. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR team in Azerbaijan
16 Feb 12
Local NGOs work on presentation, new media and getting the message out to a broader constituency.
At a shelter for homeless people in the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek. (Picture taken by a participant in IWPR photojournalism training course, December 2011.)
Inga Sikorskaya
9 Feb 12
Images of Kyrgyzstan reflect freedom to depict social ills regarded as taboo in Uzbekistan.