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Section: Institute for War & Peace Reporting

      Ukraine Braces for Coronavirus Impact
      Apr07

      Ukraine Braces for Coronavirus Impact

      Ahead of expected infection peak, experts see financial crisis looming.Analysts are warning that the coronavirus pandemic may be particularly damaging for Ukraine’s export-heavy economy, with potential to even change the country’s political direction. Although Ukraine has had a relatively small number of infections compared to other...

      Russia’s Prisoners-of-War
      Mar19

      Russia’s Prisoners-of-War

      Discussion raises shared challenges faced by those in occupied territories.The plight of the hundreds of Georgian and Ukrainians illegally held by Russia was highlighted at an IWPR event in Tbilisi addressed by former detainees themselves. The meeting aimed at fostering a wider discussion around the respective conflicts and create more effective...

      Russia’s Prisoners-of-War
      Mar18

      Russia’s Prisoners-of-War

      Discussion raises shared challenges faced by those in occupied territories.The plight of the hundreds of Georgian and Ukrainians illegally held by Russia was highlighted at an IWPR event in Tbilisi addressed by former detainees themselves. The meeting aimed at fostering a wider discussion around the respective conflicts and create more effective...

      IWPR Investigations Highlight Cross-border Exchange
      Mar03

      IWPR Investigations Highlight Cross-border Exchange

      Multilingual collaborations aim to improve the flow of information across the region.IWPR has supported four investigative teams from Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to produce in-depth reporting and work together on pressing regional issues. Articles published articles over the past three months in a wide range of media outlets include an...

      IWPR Fosters Fellowship Across the Black Sea
      Jan24

      IWPR Fosters Fellowship Across the Black Sea

      Project fosters regional cooperation among Eastern Partnership countries.IWPR has wrapped up an innovative regional fellowship programme that built lasting cross-border networks among local journalists in Ukraine, Moldova and South Caucasus. Six journalists from the region undertook a month-long posting in another Eastern Partnership country...

      Georgians and Ukrainians Search For Justice
      Jan18

      Georgians and Ukrainians Search For Justice

      Film event brings both communities together to discuss how to support lasting peace.IWPR brought together Ukrainian and Georgian filmmakers and conflict resolution specialists for a documentary screening and discussion in Tblisi on the plight of female former prisoners-of-war. The Ukrainian documentary trilogy Unbroken tells the story of three...

      Fighting Fake News in Ukraine
      Jan18

      Fighting Fake News in Ukraine

      Survey shows that ability to identify misinformation remains poor.Experts have highlighted the importance of a nationwide media literacy campaign in Ukraine after new research showed that the public continue to be highly vulnerable to misinformation. The survey, by Internews and USAID, revealed that although Ukrainians say that they have little...

      Afghanistan: Action Pledged On Taleban School Takeover
      Sep05

      Afghanistan: Action Pledged On Taleban School Takeover

      Officials vow to address concerns over insurgent influence on education.An IWPR report that revealed how the Taleban were attempting to impose their own curriculum in schools in Logar province has made headline news across Afghanistan. (See Taleban Impose Changes on Afghan Curriculum). Local officials said that, having been alerted to the issue...

      Afghanistan: Cautious Welcome for Renewed Night Raids
      Sep05

      Afghanistan: Cautious Welcome for Renewed Night Raids

      Recent strikes led by special ops teams deemed a success.The renewal of night time counter-terrorism raids by Afghan special forces in the southern province of Helmand have been cautiously welcomed by local officials and activists. The tactic of entering villages at night had proved hugely controversial in the past due to high rates of civilian...

      Historical Treasures of Afghanistan Squandered
      Sep05

      Historical Treasures of Afghanistan Squandered

      Poor security and neglect mean that local sites risk being lost forever.Officials in the eastern Afghan province of Badghis are warning that priceless archaeological treasures face destruction without urgent steps being taken to preserve them. Locals say that the scenery and archaeological treasures of the north-western province could match those...

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