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Reporting Impact

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

IWPR Impacts

Natia Kuprashvili
21 Oct 11
IWPR story found that owing to hurried nature of changes, children’s conditions had often worsened.
Listeners to IWPR’s Facing Justice programme debate the importance of war memorials and establishing a record of the conflict in northern Uganda. (Photo: IWPR)
Wairagala Wakabi
20 Oct 11
IWPR radio programme on commemoration of war dead provokes discussion on controversy that’s rarely aired by northern media outlets.
Natia Kuprashvili
14 Oct 11
Parliamentary committee takes fresh look at new fostering system.
Yvonne (Joanna) Botteau Jacques at her home in Murguzalli. (Photo: Sabuhi Mammadli)
Samira Ahmedbeyli
28 Sep 11
Trip to France seemed impossible dream, but IWPR coverage will help Yvonne Botteau Jacques head for Lyons after nearly 70 years away.
Almaz Rysaliev
8 Sep 11
IWPR reporting on violence in Kazakstan adds facts and nuances to local coverage.
Hasmik Hambardzumyan
24 Aug 11
Officials silent on funding crisis facing children’s homes.
IWPR staff
20 Aug 11
Activists monitoring Azeri government spending say officials more inclined to listen to them in wake of IWPR story.
Iva Martinović
11 Aug 11
Youngsters in Belgrade say they preferred IWPR’s reporting on his arrest to that of the Serbian media.
11 Aug 11
Monitoring of inmates and conditions at Kabul detention facility improved after IWPR investigation into child’s death in custody.