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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

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	US army soldiers out on patrol in Wardak province's Tangi Valley.</p>
IWPR
23 Sep 10
Afghan media chiefs say IWPR feature helped them better understand lawless reality in province.
Dina Tokbaeva
23 Sep 10
IWPR reporting of interethnic clashes in Kyrgyzstan during the summer held up as paradigm of responsible journalism.
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
16 Aug 10
Republication across the country grows as IWPR Iraq stories are cited for professional, unbiased approach.
IWPR
12 Aug 10
Impoverished refugees buoyed by offers of help after IWPR programme reported on their plight.
IWPR
11 Aug 10
Lawmakers say IWPR report contributed to ending threatening behaviour of young activists in one of DRC’s provincial parliaments.
IWPR
18 Jul 10
Former trainees say participation in IWPR workshops has helped them get ahead in journalism.
IWPR
15 Jul 10
IWPR story about town’s silence over grisly past prompts idea for performance piece on revision and denial of history.
Dina Tokbaeva, Inga Sikorskaya
7 Jul 10
IWPR journalists said to have raised awareness about threat posed by disease in the region.

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