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IPI Activity Report 2018

Around the world press freedom faced a litany of attacks in 2018, as political leaders unwilling to accept scrutiny increasingly jail, prosecute or undermine the credibility of critical journalists, including through digital means. There is a growing movement, including in countries once seen as guarantors of fundamental rights, aimed at destroying the press as an […]

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IPI’s database on online abuse against journalists

The International Press Institute (IPI) today launched an online database aimed at recording harassment, abuse, threats, hacking and other web-based methods of intimidating independent media into silence. Intended as a resource for journalists, researchers and media freedom advocates, the database currently contains 766 verified instances of online abuse against journalists collected in two pilot countries, […]

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Flags and Barriers: Essays on Reporting from Israel and Palestine

Essays by journalists from Israel and Palestine on the complex reality in which they operate

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IPI Report 2013

This special report examines how the media covered the Arab Spring, in a time when normal citizens stepped up and into the role of the press. Through the eyes of citizens, journalists were able to report what was happening on the ground. The Arab Spring forced many to look at the wider question of who should be protected as a journalist during times […]

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