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IPI urges WHO to grant accreditation to Taiwan journalists

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, today called on the World Health Organization (WHO) to grant accreditation to Taiwanese journalists. Journalists from Taiwan (Republic of China) have been denied accreditation by the WHO for the past six years. As a result, Taiwanese media […]

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IPI saddened at passing of former board member Peter Wang

The International Press Institute (IPI) expressed sadness today at news of the death of former IPI Executive Board member Peter Pi Cheng Wang on Nov. 7. Wang was an active IPI Executive Board member from 1983 to 1991, and a long-time member of IPI and participant at IPI World Congresses. He was named an IPI […]

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IPI elects new Board members

Members of the International Press Institute (IPI), the world’s oldest global press freedom organisation, have re-elected Prof. Dr. Carl-Eugen Eberle as chairman of the group’s 27-member Executive Board and have elected nine new board members. The move came at IPI’s Annual World Congress and General Assembly from 24-27 September in Taipei, Taiwan, where the group […]

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IPI World Congress 2011: Q&A with managing editor of Global Voices

Solana Larsen is the managing editor at Global Voices, an online community of bloggers and digital activists. Global Voices emphasizes the awareness of citizen media, a topic highlighted in the IPI World Congress 2011 session entitled “Taiwan’s PeoPo Project – A Model for Citizen Journalism in the Future.” IPI: Can you briefly describe what Global […]

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