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Wednesday, 14 March 2012
With less than four months until the IPI World Congress 2012, we are pleased to say that participants from some 28 countries have already registered for this special event.
Join the ever growing list of participants from Austria, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, South Korea, Liberia, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Russia, Samoa, Slovakia, South Africa, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Switzerland, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago, UK, USA, Venezuela and Zambia.
See the map here: http://g.co/maps/bcedr
Wondering Why to Attend?
Here's what participants said about last year's Congress:
"An incredible experience not only from a professional standpoint, but also for the excellent social programme on offer. We are going to top that in Trinidad…" - Theresa Daniel, Deputy Director, National Broadcasting Corporation, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
"One of the high points in my professional life. I got to know many towering figures whose commitment to press freedom inspire me a lot." - Umar Cheema, Investigative Reporter, The News, Pakistan.
"Intelligence, depth, relevance and fascination. Any way you measure it, IPI's global Congress in Taipei set a new standard as ever larger numbers of journalists from around the world engaged on the most vital issues facing the media today." - Jim Clancy, Anchor, CNN International, USA.
"A provoking and stimulating experience. I was very impressed by the organisation and care that had gone into the event, both in terms of the high calibre speakers and invited delegates, but also in the choice of venue and all-round excellent conference facilities." - John Tate, Director of Policy & Strategy, BBC, UK.
"It was an exhilterating experience as some of the finest journalists from around the world shared their insights and experiences. Nobody can possibly match IPI in infusing journalists with a sense of history and global camaraderie." - Manoj Mitta, Senior Editor, Times of India, India.
"As an old foreign news editor I always enjoy meeting with colleagues from all over the world, many of them working in very difficult circumstances." -Tapani Ruokanen, Editor-in-chief, Suomen Kuvalehti, Finland.