Last Updated: Wednesday, 27 July 2016, 06:53 GMT

Institute for War and Peace Reporting

IWPR builds democracy at the frontlines of conflict and change through the power of professional journalism. IWPR programs provide intensive hands-on training, extensive reporting and publishing, and ambitious initiatives to build the capacity of local media. Supporting peace-building, development and the rule of law, IWPR gives responsible local media a voice. Website: www.iwpr.net
Filter:
Showing 1-8 of 8 results
Ukrainian President Sees Slavyansk Capture as Turning Point

6 July 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

How I Voted No to a Donetsk Republic, Four Times

12 May 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Armenians Seem Determined to Misread Crimea

28 March 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Crimea Parliament Asks to Join Russia

17 March 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Bosnian Serb Leaders Still Talking Secession

1 October 2013 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Few Changes Expected From New Abkhaz Leader

2 September 2011 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Abkhazia Looks to Turkey for Fresh Blood

12 November 2010 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Lumad Demand Self-Determination

24 September 2008 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Search Refworld