Violent acts against journalists and impunity for those who commit them are two of the biggest threats to media freedom in our world today. Our Death Watch testifies to the dozens of journalists are murdered each year, with most of these crimes going unpunished. IPI is at the forefront of the battle to ensure a safe working environment for the world’s press.

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IPI executive board condemns death threats to Dawn editor and CEO in Pakistan

The undersigned members of the global Executive Board of the International Press Institute…

Troubled transition: cracks appear in Ethiopia’s media reform project

In October, Ethiopia’s 43-year-old reformist prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, made internatio…

Press freedom in Iraq plummets to ‘worst level in over a decade’

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and…

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IPI General Assembly Resolution 2018

Members of the International Press Institute (IPI), meeting at their 67th General Assembly…

IPI General Assembly Resolution 2017: The EU and Germany

The members of the International Press Institute (IPI), meeting at their 66th Annual Gener…

Croatia: Media Freedom in Turbulent Times

Report on the June 2016 International Mission to Croatia…

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‘Today we witness a wide range of attacks on independent journalism’

On the occasion of  World Press Freedom Day, IPI Executive Director Barbara Trionfi looks…

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“Radio Silence” and IPI at This Human World film festival (Vienna, Dec. 10, 2019...

To mark International Human Rights Day, IPI will co-host the Austrian premiere of Juliana …

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