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Turkey must allow independent media coverage of tragic earthquake aftermath

The International Press Institute (IPI), the global network for independent journalism, calls on Turkish authorities to allow independent media coverage of this week’s destructive earthquakes following several reports of the arrests of journalists covering the aftermath as well as threats against independent reporting by government officials. IPI also calls on Turkey to lift all restrictions […]

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Turkey: Media restrictions hampering humanitarian relief efforts after earthquake

The International Press Institute (IPI) today joins the undersigned partners in the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) consortium in expressing our condolences with the victims of the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and reiterating the need for a free media atmosphere as a crucial element of all disaster relief processes. In the aftermath of the devastating […]

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Two years after military coup, international community must support Myanmar’s independent media

The IPI global network calls on the international community to renew its support for press freedom in Myanmar. Two years since the military took power in a violent coup d’état, and despite extraordinary resilience and courage by the country’s media, the state of press freedom remains in peril. The international community must act with urgency […]

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EU: Call to MEPs for strong European Media Freedom Act

The International Press Institute (IPI) today joins 40 organisations in urging Members of the European Parliament to push for a strong European Media Freedom Act. – IPI position on the European Media Freedom Act – How the European Media Freedom Act could affect Hungary and Poland – European Media Freedom Act breaks significant new ground […]

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