March 08 to August 08
IWPR Iraq continues to train journalists During the last six months, the IWPR Iraq project has continued to provide training and mentoring, particularly for female journalists. IWPR Iraq journalists honoured In May, IWPR’s Iraq journalists won a Henri Nannen award – which is to be the German equivalent of a Pulitzer Prize. Selection of IWPR Iraq comments and special reports IWPR Iraq highlights problems faced by women IWPR’s reports are improving conditions for women because “they attract the attention of the country’s decision-makers”, said Suhaila Omar of Kirkuk-based non-governmental organisation Mother and Child Organisation. Future training Four IWPR-trained journalists describe their experience of working for the Institute. Zaineb Naji in Baghdad Samah Samad in Kirkuk Frman Abdul-Rahman in Sulaimaniyah Basim al-Shara in Baghdad ]]>
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