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ImpactImpact reports from IWPR programmes making a difference on the frontlines.
Fears that the toll from abuse during lockdown could be higher than from the virus itself.
Online event looks at how pandemic will affect future economic interests in the region.
IWPR partners move efforts online to meet the challenge of the pandemic.
Discussion raises shared challenges faced by those in occupied territories.
Showcasing positive role models encourages young women to pursue their dreams.
11 Dec 17
How one woman was inspired to make a difference.
31 Oct 17
Regional stations continue to play a key role addressing local issues and reaching community audiences.
4 Oct 17
Hugely popular event highlights city’s rehabilitation and recovery.
2 Aug 17
All parties urged to respect non-combatants and observe the rules of war.
Khan Zali Feroz
2 Aug 17
Event hears that serious measures are needed to deal with the shortfall.
31 Jul 17
Graduates have gone on to lead innovative social media and activist campaigns.
27 Jul 17
Event hears how government and insurgent forces alike routinely abuse civilians.
25 May 17
A rare opportunity to hear first-hand stories of life inside the conflict.
15 May 17
Story on the taboo of sexual rejection amongst Afghan women wins numerous accolades.
11 May 17
A rare opportunity to hear perspectives which remain largely uncovered.
As coronavirus sweeps the globe, IWPR’s network of local reporters, activists and analysts are examining the economic, social and political impact of this era-defining pandemic.