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Ukraine: IPI sends letter following intimidation of investigative journalist

On January 14, unknown men harassed Ukrainian investigative journalist Yuri Nikolov at his home in Kyiv, in an apparent attempt to intimidate him into discontinuing his work. Five months later, the masterminds behind this operation remain unknown. While police has opened an investigation into the case, Nikolov has recently reported that investigators are preparing to […]

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MFRR partners call for lifting ban on journalists’ access to Georgian parliament

The partner organizations of the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) condemn the barring of journalists from reporting within the Parliament of Georgia. We urge the Parliament to reinstate the accreditation of all journalists including online media. Since the start of the debate on the foreign agent bill titled “Law on Transparency of Foreign Influence in […]

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Vietnam: IPI calls for immediate release of journalist Truong Huy San

The IPI global network calls upon the Vietnamese government to immediately release the prominent journalist and commentator Truong Huy San (also known by his pen names Huy Duc and Osin), who was detained on June 1, 2024, on unfounded charges of “abusing democratic freedoms.”  Authorities must release San and drop all charges against him.  San, […]

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IJ4EU Confidential: Unveiling the secrets of complex investigations

IPI’s IJ4EU programme will launch a series of free online discussions taking audiences behind the scenes of ambitious cross-border investigations. Scheduled for the third Friday of every month, starting in June 2024, “IJ4EU Confidential” will delve into the backstories of collaborative journalistic projects that have set the agenda in Europe and beyond. The live sessions will feature first-hand […]

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