70th ANNIVERSARY CELEB0RATION

IPI World Congress 2020 

Sept. 10-12 | NYC, USA

The International Press Institute will celebrate its 70th anniversary at Columbia University, its founding location. IPI is honored to be hosted by Columbia University and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism where IPI was founded in 1950 by 34 editors from 15 countries to defend journalistic quality and independence. 

The 2020 Congress will see IPI members and other leading editors, journalists, media executives and experts from all over the world gather in New York for two-and-a-half days of engaging discussions, roundtables, workshops and Q&A sessions addressing key questions for today’s journalism. 

Join the online conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #IPIWoCo. Follow @IPI_WoCo and @globalfreemedia for the latest news and quick Congress updates.

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