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Refugees’ News reporting team get to grips with audio recorders. (Photo: Maia Avaliani)
11 May 11
Officials say programme has enabled them to tackle difficulties faced by those uprooted in Georgia's conflicts.
Two IWPR trainees practicing interviewing techniques during a radio training session in June 2010. (Photo: Melanie Gouby)
4 May 11
IWPR producer returns to Goma to extend the reach of human rights programme and work with reporters on a new multimedia website.
Two IWPR trainees practicing interviewing techniques during a radio training session in June 2010. (Photo: Melanie Gouby)
4 May 11
IWPR producer returns to Goma to extend the reach of human rights programme and work with reporters on a new multimedia website.
Like many radio stations in eastern DRC, RTNC is seriously under-resourced, with limited means to produce and broadcast programmes. Equipment and working conditions are rudimentary. (Photo: Mélanie Gouby)
Photo Essay
6 Apr 11
Radio stations in DRC, short of funds and equiipment, are determined to stay on air.
The On the Scale team: From Left to Right, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa, Simon Jennings, Katy Glassborow and Tajeldin Abdhalla Adam
30 Nov 10
More than a million people in Darfur and Chad tune in to weekly justice radio programme.
12 Aug 10
Impoverished refugees buoyed by offers of help after IWPR programme reported on their plight.
12 Aug 10
Impoverished refugees buoyed by offers of help after IWPR programme reported on their plight.
11 Aug 10
Lawmakers say IWPR report contributed to ending threatening behaviour of young activists in one of DRC’s provincial parliaments.
21 Jul 10
Female journalists trained to become regular contributors to radio programme devoted to coverage of sexual violence, human rights and justice issues.
21 Jul 10
Female journalists trained to become regular contributors to radio programme devoted to coverage of sexual violence, human rights and justice issues.

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