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Philippines: Radio broadcaster Renato Blanco fatally stabbed

The IPI global network strongly condemns the killing of Filipino radio broadcaster Renato Blanco, who was fatally stabbed on September 18. We call on authorities to conduct a thorough investigation in order to determine the motive for this killing and to bring all those responsible to justice. We also call on the new Marcos administration […]

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#IPIWoCo Recap: Media capture in Central Europe

Independent journalism and media pluralism in many countries within Central Europe are under sustained threat as a result of media capture, a panel of leading editors from across the region said at IPI’s World Congress 2022 in New York on September 10. Speaking at the event at Columbia University, the editors from Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovenia […]

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#IPIWoCo recap: Trust is key currency in collaborative projects

The value of trust in a collaboration project can’t be overstated, top experts in investigative journalism said at an IPI World Congress 2022 panel on working together in times of crisis. The conversation was moderated by Ron Nixon, global investigations editor at the Associated Press and was produced in association with IPI’s Investigative Journalism for […]

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Ethiopia: IPI calls for release of jailed journalists Gobeze Sisay and Meaza Mohammed

IPI, the global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists, is concerned by the deteriorating press freedom situation in Ethiopia, including the ongoing detention of at least ten journalists, including Gobeze Sisay and Meaza Mohammed, who were arrested last week. In addition to calling for the release of all imprisoned reporters, IPI calls on all […]

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