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(L to R) Carla Colomé, 26, reporter and editor from El Estornudo; Marita Pérez Díaz, 27, journalist and eco-editor of OnCuba Magazine; and Elaine Díaz, 31, director of Periodismo de Barrio. (Photo: Vera Penêda)
Video
8 Jun 17
Writers are making the most of online opportunities.
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)
1 Jun 17
Investigative reporter forcibly returned to unknown fate at hands of security services.
Thanaa Jebbi. (Photo courtesy of T. Jebbi)
Press Release
25 May 17
A rare opportunity to hear first-hand stories of life inside the conflict.
Gvantsa Doluashvili, Winner of 2016 EUMM Prize for Peace Journalism. (Photo: IWPR Georgia)
16 Feb 17
In its fourth year, competition identifies outstanding submissions on conflict-related issues.
Tajik media landscape is losing its diversity due to financial difficulties, political pressure and brain drain. (Photo: Radio Ozodi, RFE/RL Tajik Service)
3 Feb 17
A combination of state pressure and lack of jobs is weakening the country's journalism sector.
 Investigative journalist and IWPR contributor Mohammad Hassan Hakimi. (Photo: IWPR)
19 Jan 17
IWPR contributor praised for fearless work exposing corruption and abuses.
Frank Correra, a Cuban writer and journalist. (Photo: IWPR)
15 Oct 16
Locals note gradual move away from highly politicised dissent towards more professional standards.
Ibrohim Usmonov, member of Tajik Journalists' Union. (Photo courtesy of I. Usmonov)
Interview
28 Jun 16
Credible reporting is disappearing from the public discourse.
Young journalists receive training in responsible reporting and countering violent extremism. (Photo: IWPR)
16 Jun 16
This key sector can play an important role in supporting rule of law and combating radicalisation.
27 Apr 16
A combination of rising violence and family pressure means that the numbers of female reporters are dwindling.

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