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Rebecca Vincent lifts a mask of Eynulla Fatullayev from her face, while other protesters look on. (Photo: Oliver Bullough)
London-based activists lend their support for Azeri journalist jailed on defamation charges.

2011 Kurt Schork Awards

Call for Entries

The Kurt Schork Memorial Fund is now calling for submissions for the 2011 Kurt Schork Awards in International Journalism.

Story Behind the Story

At 1.30 pm on January 28, I texted my father from Tahrir square. “The army is with the people, there’s an officer being carried on the shoulders of the crowd, soldiers hugging protestors on tanks, 50,000 people in the main square,” I wrote. “Game over Mubarak. There is no going back.”

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An actor plays a rapist in a role play situation during a training session on interviewing suspects in sexual violence cases. (Photo: Melanie Gouby)

Emphasis on training female journalists helps highlight sexual violence and other human rights abuses in east of country.

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IWPR Editorial Comment

Without key reforms the opportunities of the revolution may be squandered.

IWPR Insight

Simon Jennings

Northern Uganda has seen a return to peace in recent years following a 2006 ceasefire agreement signed between the Ugandan government and the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army, LRA.

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I am in the final year of secondary school. After leaving school, I hope to continue my journalistic work and go to university to study political science.