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IPI and partners in Africa raise concerns in a joint letter about the proposed UN Cybercrime Treaty

The International Press Institute today joins with 48 partner organizations from across Africa calling for sweeping revisions to the pending UN Cybercrime Treaty, as final negotiations for the convention begin this week in New York. The coalition submitted a letter to a UN committee leading these negotiations, highlighting the need to narrow the scope of […]

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Greece: New report examines media capture in EU member state

The International Press Institute (IPI) today publishes a new report examining media capture and the entanglement of the fourth estate in Greece and its impact on media freedom and independent journalism. This report – available to download here – was authored by Danai Maragoudaki, a Greek journalist based in Athens who works for independent media […]

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Guinea: IPI calls for the release of journalist Sekou Jammal Pandessa and an end to attacks on press freedom

The IPI global network calls on authorities in Guinea to release journalist Sekou Jamal Pendessa and drop all charges against him. The authorities in Guinea must also stop restricting access to online media, restore access to social media platforms, and ensure that press freedom is guaranteed under the transitional government. Arrests and detentions of journalists […]

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IPI Executive Board: Stop the killing of journalists in Gaza

Members of the International Press Institute (IPI) global Executive Board, including Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa, today issued a joint statement calling on Israel to halt the killing of journalists in Gaza following the deaths of at least 80 reporters and media workers in Israeli airstrikes. Israel must respect the rules of war, credibly investigate […]

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