The majority of this work is produced in local languages and, where possible, disseminated via local online and traditional media platforms to impact the communities, countries and regions where they live.
Global Voices presents a selection of this rich global content, which is produced with extensive training and mentoring from IWPR expert teams. Story production itself is a critical component of IWPR’s methodology, combining on-the-job mentoring with opportunities to report and be heard by an international audience.
Reporters face government smokescreens, nationwide closures and “insane” stress levels.
Fears of infection have been overruled by political concerns.
Thousands working in Poland suddenly find themselves without jobs and homeless.
The need for factual and fair reporting is more important than ever.
“We are desperate, we are lost and do not know how to deal with the crisis.”
Ahead of expected infection peak, experts see financial crisis looming.
Unlike elsewhere in the world, the authorities have not imposed a quarantine or restricted public events.
Russia’s economic woes will have a major knock-on effect in the region.
We at IWPR are deeply saddened and concerned by the situation in Afghanistan and our thoughts go out to all those affected. If you are a former employee or partner of IWPR in Afghanistan and need to contact us about your situation please use the address below.
اگر قبلا در افغانستان با ما کار کردهاید و نیاز به تماس با ما دارید، سریع ایمیل بزنید:
"The stakes could not be higher: for the individuals, for their communities, and for a world which against a deluge of lies above all needs honest information."
IWPR FOUNDER & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
"Always when I think of press freedom I think of my colleague Jamal Khashoggi... Jamal’s work is not over – it lives on in the spirit of every reporter working to bring truth to light."
Janine di Giovanni
Senior Fellow at Yale University
New protocols introduced to reduce the number of caesareans may be putting lives at risk.
Independent, dissenting Azerbaijani voices have never been so ostracised.
Officials obscure systemic failings – aided by an uncritical media.