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MFRR Monitoring Report: Ukraine war casts dark shadow over media freedom

Amidst the unprecedented attack on democratic freedoms in Ukraine, serious violations of media freedom have continued to take place all over Europe in the first six months of 2022, according to a report published today by the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR). The MFRR monitoring report – available to download here – documents violations and […]

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Guinée : Un an après le coup d’État, les autorités de transition doivent protéger la presse

Read in English Entre mai et août 2022, au moins 14 journalistes ont été détenus ou agressés en Guinée, notamment par les forces de sécurité et des agents publics ainsi que par des manifestants. Un an après le coup d’État militaire de septembre 2021 en Guinée, l’IPI rappelle aux autorités du gouvernement de transition guinéen […]

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#IPIWoCo Recap: Finding justice for the killing of journalists

In the face of escalating violence towards the press around the world, we must tackle impunity as a root cause, according to panelists at the 2022 IPI World Congress session “Ending impunity for the killing of journalists: Alternative paths to justice?” Moderated by president of the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Jodie Ginsberg, the session […]

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#IPIWoCo recap: War and the essential job of journalism

Each conflict has new challenges and lessons for the media, so what does Russia’s war in Ukraine teach us? Panelists from Georgia, Ukraine, and the U.S. speaking at the 2022 IPI World Congress gave three different points of view on covering Russia’s war in Ukraine: one as a Ukrainian journalist covering the war in her […]

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