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Former Bosnian military chief Ratko Mladic appears for the pronouncement of the Trial Judgement for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on November 22, 2017 in The Hague, The Netherlands. (Photo:  Michel Porro/Getty Images)
IWPR
22 Nov 17
Landmark trial ends in conviction on ten out of 11 counts.
IWPR Iraq training sessions, July 2017. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR
31 Jul 17
Graduates have gone on to lead innovative social media and activist campaigns.
A protester in front of government buildings in Tbilisi, imitating the abduction of Afgan Mukhtarli, reportedly pushed into a car by unknown persons and a bag placed over his head. (Photo: Lib Center)
IWPR
1 Jun 17
Investigative reporter forcibly returned to unknown fate at hands of security services.
Thanaa Jebbi. (Photo courtesy of T. Jebbi)
IWPR
25 May 17
A rare opportunity to hear first-hand stories of life inside the conflict.
L to R: Noha Alkamcha, Zaina Erhaim, Charlie Rose, Yasmin Kayali Sabra and Anthony Borden.
IWPR
11 May 17
A rare opportunity to hear perspectives which remain largely uncovered.
A workshop with Georgian, Ossetian and Abkhaz activists and journalists in Istanbul. (Photo: IWPR Caucasus)
IWPR
8 Mar 17
Platform helps activists and writers from conflict regions come together.
IWPR
8 Mar 17
Training aims to build and strengthen digital skills and institutional resilience.
Volunteers collecting letters for Mosul from the public in central Baghdad on November 25, 2016. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR
2 Feb 17
IWPR airdrops four million messages of support to city held hostage by Islamic State.
FGM is practised in three villages of the Kvareli district of Georgia – Tivi, Saruso and Chantliskure. (Photo: Aida Mirmaksumova)
IWPR
2 Feb 17
State takes immediate action to outlaw practice and raise public awareness.
Letters of solidarity for the citizens of Mosul. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR
24 Dec 16
Unprecedented initiative sends messages of support from Iraqi citizens to the beleaguered residents of the country’s second-largest city.

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