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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 at some of the most concerning trends negatively impacting press freedom and independent journalism across the world and sheds some light on strategies to revert them. Click here to read IPI’s full statement on World Press Freedom Day.

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VIDEO: Online abuse of women journalists ‘already gone too far’

Online harassment of women in journalists in Finland has already gone too far, Johanna Vehkoo, a journalist and the author of a recent book on online misogyny called The Internet of Hate and Loathing, says in a new video interview with the International Press Institute. The book collects the stories of several women in different […]

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VIDEO: Leading Polish editor on ‘orchestrated’ troll campaigns

The editor of the online version of one of Poland’s leading newsmagazines describes the phenomenon of “orchestrated” social media attacks on journalists in a new interview with the International Press Institute (IPI). Łukasz Lipiński, editor of Polityka.pl, said social media in Poland had been taken over by political fighting and troll attacks on journalists. “If you […]

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How Finland’s Yle combats online harassment

Respect your audience – and help them understand the role of journalism today. That’s the key message from Sami Koivisto, head of audience dialogue with Finnish national public broadcaster Yle. The International Press Institute (IPI) interviewed Koivisto during a week-long visit to Finland in June as part of its Ontheline project, which aims to collect […]

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