Reporting Impact | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Reporting ImpactJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Experts identify key areas of vulnerability, including Russian disinformation.
International event challenges repressive practices.
Central Asian journalists learn new skills in cross-regional training.
Multidisciplinary event aims to combat disinformation and build civic resilience.
New stage of initiative raises awareness among advertisers and other stakeholders.
Lola Olimova, Dina Tokbaeva
13 Apr 11
Participants in IWPR gathering on domestic violence say they drew important lessons on combating the scourge.
18 Mar 11
They say a number of IWPR-organised forums have helped focus efforts to combat abuse in Tajik detention facilities.
10 Mar 11
IWPR report on Baljvine's reputation for ethnic tolerance results in village being nominated for co-existence prize.
10 Mar 11
IWPR report on official reluctance to cooperate with the press prompts setting up of media pressure group.
8 Mar 11
Representatives of Armenian evangelical churches see benefit of IWPR-sponsored debates on religious intolerance.
4 Mar 11
Member of international justice team assesses ICC move to investigate Libyan leader.
18 Feb 11
Prize awarded for story revealing thefts of treasures from national museum.
16 Feb 11
Reputation for accuracy and independence behind big rise in subscription to Central Asian news analysis agency.
26 Jan 11
New medical facilities and accommodation provided at Balkh prison after report on prisoner hunger strike.
21 Jan 11
Criticisms of new regulations on work of NGOs in breakaway regions voiced at IWPR event to be reviewed by Tbilisi officials.