Transnational Repression in Central Asia
Leading Belarus dissident to address IWPR discussion on regional repression.
Cambodia: Making Social Media Work for Journalists
Training focuses on producing appealing content while upholding international standards of reporting.
Disinformation and Democracy: Can Journalism Up Its Game?
Highlights of a discussion between Janine di Giovanni and Peter Pomerantsev.
Libya: Coding Camp Empowers Young Women
Hackathon produces hi-tech solutions to some of the challenges thrown up by Covid-19.
Can Tajik-Kyrgyz Border Conflict Spiral Into War?
Following the worse fighting in years, experts warn that states need to urgently build trust and solve humanitarian issues.
Central Asia: Saving Our Cities
Highlighting how citizen activism can protect the region’s housing and heritage.
IWPR Central Asia Director Addresses Regional Forum
Event hears how cooperation between civil society and media is both possible and beneficial.
Myanmar: Filming the Coup
Participants in story-telling project empowered to alert outside world and fellow citizens to the country’s plight.
Libya’s MediaLab Generation
Scheme has produced professionally trained journalists and developed public and private partnerships across the country.
IWPR Responding in Syria
Focus is supporting Syrian partners to provide life-saving assistance as well as psychological support for adults and children.
Covering Coronavirus in Cuba
IWPR’s network of reporters in Cuba are defying one of the most repressive media environments in the world to expose mass government disinformation over the Covid-19 crisis.
"These stories can be presented as the ultimate testimonies of the difficult times experienced by all Cubans."
Central Asia: Imams Turn Influencers
IWPR is training a new generation of social media influencers across Central Asia to spread tolerance and counter violent extremism.
"I was able to persuade families that it was a good thing to give their girls an education."
Yusufhon Zakaria Kyrgyz imam
Fighting Corruption in Ukraine
A handbook produced by IWPR’s partners in Ukraine has become the go-to text for the country’s main anti-corruption body.
“I keep it on my desk as a challenge for myself and my colleagues.”
Oleksandr Novikov Head of Ukraine’s National Agency on Corruption Prevention
Malala's IWPR Roots
Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai began her campaigning work as a 12-year-old IWPR trainee in a Pakistani programme empowering young people through public debate and dialogue.
“In IWPR's Open Minds, we students learned how to express ourselves and the problems of others through the media. We learned so much in the trainings.”
Malala Yousafzai Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate
Nigeria: Working Together for Change
How a collaborative approach is boosting human rights advocacy and defending social justice.
Iraqi Champions Fight Coronavirus Crisis
Social media campaigners raise awareness and encourage resilience in meeting Covid-19 challenge.
Syria: Female Prisoners Speak Out
“It is not fair for us to face injustice both inside and outside prison.”
Bosnia: Online Misogyny on the Rise
Study shows that sexist comments appear regularly across a range of digital media.
The Reckoning Project: Ukraine Testifies
Project aims to help conflict journalists meet evidential standards that will allow their work to support future justice processes.
How Central Asia Gets Its News
Ground-breaking IWPR research shows how access to information is changing.