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IPI calls for immediate release of Senegal journalist Adama Gaye

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, today called on the government of Senegal to drop charges against journalist Adama Gaye, who has been detained over a month on colonial-era charges of insulting the country’s president. A well-known critical of the current Senegalese government, […]

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Dans la perspective de 2015, l’IPI publie un Guide pour les journalistes ayant à traiter des OMD

Read in English Il reste deux ans et 26 jours aux gouvernements pour atteindre les objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement (OMD), fixés en 2000 par l’ONU, en réponse aux grandes  déclarations en faveur de l’amélioration de la condition humaine. Moyennant un effort supplémentaire, plusieurs objectifs pourraient être atteints alors que pour d’autres, un urgent besoin de […]

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Senegalese President commits to decriminalising press offences

The International Press Institute welcomed reports that Senegalese President Macky Sall has committed to decriminalising press offences in the West African country. Sall made his comments to participants of the 5th African Media Leaders Forum (AMLF), which took place in the Senegalese capital of Dakar last week. Sall was quoted by The Point newspaper in […]

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