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Mexico most deadly country for journalists in 2017

Mexico was the deadliest country for journalists in 2017 with at least 14* killed, edging out Iraq and Syria, even as the total number who died around the world in connection with their work dropped to its lowest level in a nearly a decade, the International Press Institute (IPI) said today. IPI has added 82 […]

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Back to Africa! IPI to hold 2018 World Congress next June in Abuja, Nigeria

Deutsch The International Press Institute (IPI) announced today that it will hold its 2018 annual World Congress in Abuja, Nigeria from June 21 – 23, 2018. Under the theme “Why Good Journalism Matters”, the World Congress will affirm the indispensable role of quality media in building strong societies, showcasing investigative stories and projects that bring […]

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Zurück nach Afrika! IPI hält Weltkongress 2018 nächsten Juni in Abuja, Nigeria, ab

Read in English Das International Press Institute (Internationales Presseinstitut, IPI) kündigte heute an, dass es seinen jährlichen Weltkongress 2018 vom 21. bis 23. Juni in der nigerianischen Hauptstadt Abuja abhalten wird. Unter dem Motto “Warum guter Journalismus entscheidend ist” (“Why Good Journalism Matters”) wird der Weltkongress die unverzichtbare Rolle von Qualitätsmedien beim Aufbau starker Gesellschaften bekräftigen. […]

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Controversial Nigeria social media bill draws concern

The International Press Institute (IPI) today expressed concern over the potential chilling effect of a controversial social media bill in Nigeria, urging lawmakers not to approve the measure and welcoming President Muhammadu Buhari’s pledge to veto it if passed. The “Frivolous Petitions Bill” has drawn controversy for a provision stipulating that anyone who posts an […]

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