SEPT.15 – OCT. 13, 2020

IPIWOCO 2020 NOW ONLINE

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This year’s IPI World Congress is postponed, not cancelled and it will be back in real life in New York in 2021. We’re working with our hosts at Columbia University to set the dates for next September.
Meanwhile – join us online!
We have developed an extended, virtual IPIWoCo 2020 programme with selected topics and sessions. Through this series of online events spread over four weeks in September and October 2020, we will stay both connected and allied in solidarity in these uncertain times when media freedom and quality journalism are ever so important.

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