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Zimbabwe: Journalists threatened, harassed online

The IPI global network is alarmed by reports of online threats, harassment, and intimidation of journalists in Zimbabwe for reporting about an Al Jezeera documentary on alleged corruption in Zimbabwe’s gold mining sector. We urge authorities to investigate these attacks and to ensure that journalists can operate without fear of harassment and intimidation.  On March […]

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Russia: IPI demands immediate release of WSJ reporter Evan Gershkovich

IPI and its global network demand today the immediate release of Wall Street Journal correspondent Evan Gershkovich, who was detained in the central Russian city of Yekaterinburg on March 29 while on assignment. We are appalled at reports confirming that a court in Moscow has placed the American journalist under arrest after the Russian Federal […]

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The right to truth: IPI demands justice for killed journalists in Africa

On Friday, March 24, the International Day for the Right to the Truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims was commemorated. This day was observed at a time when there are key developments in the political, socio-economic, and legal environment across Africa that continue to restrict media freedom and freedom […]

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Launching the New Media Incubator

In 2022, IPI and its consortium partners launched Media Innovation Europe, a major new project to energize Europe’s media ecosystem. The project embeds an innovation mindset in independent media across Europe to support the growth of more sustainable, audience-first newsrooms. To do this, the partners provide a mix of skills development, coaching, strategic advice, funding […]

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