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IPI Press Freedom and Communications Intern

IPI welcomes applications for non-paid internships in our press freedom and communications department in 2023. IPI internships require a high degree of initiative and an ability to work independently and in a diverse environment. Candidates should have a keen interest in human rights, particularly media freedom. Applications may be sent in on a rolling basis […]

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66 journalists killed in 2022 amid decline in press safety

2022 witnessed a devastating decline in journalists’ safety, as 66 journalists and media workers worldwide were killed in connection with their profession, according to International Press Institute (IPI) data. This figure marks a steep increase from the total of 45 journalists killed in 2021. Spiraling attacks against journalists in Mexico as well as Russia’s full-scale […]

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Belarus: 2022 ein weiteres katastrophales Jahr für die Medienfreiheit

In Belarus geht ein weiteres verheerendes Jahr für die Medienfreiheit zu Ende. Das International Press Institute (IPI) und unser globales Netzwerk verurteilen das nachhaltige Bestreben der Regierung, Journalisten strafrechtlich zu verfolgen, zu inhaftieren und anderweitig zum Schweigen zu bringen, als Teil einer breiteren Kampagne, die darauf abzielt, alle Formen von Dissens im Land zu beseitigen. […]

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Italy: New government must improve legal framework for media freedom

On 23 October 2022, the new Italian government led by Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni was appointed following the parliamentary elections in September, made up a far-right coalition formed by the League (Lega), Forward Italy (Forza Italia), and the Brothers of Italy (Fratelli D’Italia). The International Press Institute (IPI) today joins ARTICLE 19 Europe and members […]

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