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Daniella Peled

Daniella Peled
Managing Editor

Daniella joined IWPR in September 2009. A journalist and editor with wide experience of reporting foreign affairs, particularly from the Middle East, she has trained IWPR journalists in both Iraq and Afghanistan and launched the IWPR Arab Spring project.

Stories by the author

Egyptian rights activist Dalia Ziada. (Photo: D. Ziada)
Daniella Peled
9 Feb 12
Activist welcomes steps towards free expression and political engagement, but notes little real change on women’s rights.
Lod’s old town, with the Church of St George and a mosque beside it. (Photo: George Nikolaus/Flickr)
Daniella Peled
13 Jan 12
Lod is economically depressed, but that has not led to ethnic strife in this unusually mixed Israeli town.
A protestor holds up a sign at a rally in Ireland calling for the overthrow of the Assad regime. (Photo: William Murphy/Informatique Flickr)
Daniella Peled
13 Jan 12
President Bashar al-Assad will not renounce power peacefully, according to spokesman for local action group.
The Bridge of Peace spans the Kura river in Tbilisi. (Photo: Daniella Peled)
Daniella Peled
12 Dec 11
Like the unpopular bridge in the capital, President’s Saakashvili vision of Georgia hasn’t quite captured the public imagination.
Daniella Peled
21 Sep 11
Protesters outside the Bahrain embassy in London. (Photo: Dominic Kavakeb)
Daniella Peled
21 Sep 11
They may be few, but protesters outside Bahraini embassy say their presence is vital.
Daniella Peled
19 Sep 11
Many Egyptians are calling for a revision of the Camp David agreement - but Israel is in no mood for dialogue.
Camden riots, 8-Aug-11. (Photo: Hughe Paul/Flickr)
Daniella Peled
11 Aug 11
London-based IWPR editor accustomed to covering conflict in other parts of the world witnesses a battle on her doorstep.

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