IRP News

  • IRP Journalist in Residence wins prestigious Overseas Press Club Award

    IRP Journalist in Residence Rajiv Chandrasekaran awarded the 2006 Overseas Press Club Award for "Best non-fiction book on international affairs" for "Imperial Life in the Emerald City: Inside Iraq's Green Zone," which he wrote at the International Reporting Project.  

  • IRP Fellow Chris Hondros receives 2005 Robert Capa award for photography

    IRP Fellow Chris Hondros of Getty Images receives 2005 "Robert Capa Gold Medal Awards for Best Published photographic reporting from abroad requiring exceptional courage and enterprise" from the Overseas Press Club for his reporting on "One Night in Tal Afar."  

  • IRP Fellow Kimberlee Acquaro nominated for Academy Award

    IRP Fellow Kimberlee Acquaro was nominated as finalist for the 2005 Academy Award "Best Documentary Short" for "God Sleeps in Rwanda." Acquaro's film, based on her IRP reporting, received numerous other honors, including the Audience Award at the 2005 Silverdocs/AFI/Documentary Film Festival, the Audience Award at the Aspen ShortFest 2005 and the Festival Award at the 2005 Ojai Film Festival. Click here to listen to Farai Chideya talk with Kimberlee Acquaro about her Oscar-nominated short documentary "God Sleeps in Rwanda." Listen to Acuaro discuss the documentary on the Tavis Smiley Show  

  • IRP fellow Trudy Rubin receives Overseas Press Club citation

    IRP Gatekeeper Trudy Rubin receives an Overseas Press Club citation for the 2004 "Bob Considine Award for Best Newspaper or Wire Service Interpretation of international affairs.