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European Journalism Now: Zusammenfassung der Prager Konferenz

Das International Press Institute (IPI) veranstaltete zusammen mit seinem tschechischen Nationalkomitee und dem Stiftungsfonds für unabhängigen Journalismus (NFNZ) am 1. und 2. Dezember in Prag eine gemeinsame zweitägige Konferenz “European Journalism Now”, die sich auf die Bewertung von Qualitätsjournalismus, die staatliche Vereinnahmung der Medien in Mittel- und Osteuropa und den European Media Freedom Act (EMFA) […]

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France: Three journalists summoned by security agency over suspected violation of national defence secrecy

The International Press Institute (IPI) today joins the partner organisations of the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) in expressing concern over the latest summons issued by France’s top security agency to journalists from investigative platform Disclose and public broadcaster Radio France over the suspected violation of national secrecy in connection with their reporting on the […]

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IPI joins call for Somali authorities to drop charges against journalist Abdalle Ahmed Mumin

IPI on Monday joined six other international organisations in a letter calling on Somali authorities to drop the criminal charges filed against Abdalle Ahmed Mumin, a journalist and the Secretary General of the Somalia Journalist Syndicate.  Mumin was first arrested on October 11 at the Mogadishu airport while attempting to travel to Nairobi. His arrest […]

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IPI mission report: Independent media, democracy under pressure in Mozambique

Independent journalism in Mozambique is facing considerable legal, political, and economic pressures as the country’s hard-fought democratic gains of the past three decades come under increasing strain.  This pressure on journalism was among the top-line findings of a four-day mission to Mozambique conducted by the International Press Institute (IPI) in August 2022. During this mission, […]

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