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Albania: Investigations needed over intimidation of journalists reporting on prosecutor’s vetting

IPI and other media freedom and journalists’ organisations today wrote to Besnik Dervishi, Commissioner for the Right to Access to Information and Personal Data Protection in Albania, to request thorough investigations into recent cases of suspicious data breaches involving journalists writing about a former prosecutor. ————————————- 09/05/2022 Sent electronically Dear Mr. Besnik Dervishi, Commissioner for […]

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Ninth journalist murdered in Mexico this year

The IPI global network strongly condemns the killing of veteran journalist Luis Enrique Ramírez, the ninth journalist to be slain in Mexico in 2022. The government must ensure that authorities conduct a swift, independent, and thorough investigation into his murder to determin the motive and ensure all perpetrators are brought to justice. The Mexican government […]

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What’s Next for Central Europe’s Media?

Recent elections in multiple Central European countries have set the course for independent journalism across the region. At the same time, Russia’s war on Ukraine has cast a shadow over the future of press freedom in Central Europe, as pro-Russian disinformation and propaganda has infiltrated the regional information landscape. To mark World Press Freedom Day […]

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Malawi: Arrest of investigative journalist and hacking of website threaten press freedom

The IPI global network is concerned about increasing threats to press freedom in Malawi after the arrest of Gregory Gondwe, the managing director of investigative news website Platform for Journalists (PIJ), and the hacking of PIJ’s website. We urge the government to safeguard the work of the press, which includes the right of journalists to […]

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