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Impact reports from IWPR programmes making a difference on the frontlines.

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Sierra Leonean investigative reporter Silas Gbandia. (Photo courtesy of S. Gbandia)
9 Oct 15
Investigative journalism skills essential to uncovering corruption and wrongdoing.
Mohamed Kuyateh
9 Oct 15
Project aims to empower media and civil society to become effective anticorruption watchdogs.
Zaina Erhaim. (Photo: Hayyan Alyousouf)
IWPR
9 Oct 15
Writer and mentor shares stage with Hollywood stars and world’s leading human rights defenders.
IWPR Afghanistan
2 Oct 15
Open debate seen as way of bridging gap between government and people.
Participants in the Woman on the Frontline event. (Photo: IWPR)
Women on the Frontline
21 Sep 15
Women’s groups from seven countries agree to work together and share expertise.
Buddhist monks demonstrate against the UN and the return of Rohingya Muslims, May 2015. (Photo: Jonas Gratzer/Getty Images)
IWPR
11 Sep 15
Consensus for tolerance needed in the face of widespread hostility to Rohingya minority.
Afghan participants at a September 3 video conference with fellow-peacebuilders from the Philippines. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR Afghanistan
8 Sep 15
Experts from seemingly dissimilar countries exchange ideas about how societies can move on from conflict.
Zaina Erhaim. (Photo: Hayyan Alyousouf)
IWPR
4 Sep 15
Writer, trainer and mentor honoured for her courageous work in heart of conflict zone.
IWPR Afghanistan
3 Sep 15
Local knowledge can make new force more effective, but some say it needs more training and oversight.
Arman Sahakyan (right) in court with his lawyer Maro Khachaturyan. (Photo: Nor Serund)
IWPR team in Armenia
3 Sep 15
Concerns about legal loophole that excludes LGBT community from legal protections afforded to minorities.

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