Jordanian authorities block more than 200 Internet news websites
IPI reminds Jordan that censorship is a violation of country’s constitution
IPI/CDFJ delegation meets with Jordan’s king
Discusses concerns raised during World Congress
IPI Executive Board welcomes two new members
Miami Herald's John Yearwood elected IPI vice-chair
IPI World Congress: Slain reporters, Radio Free Sarawak awarded honors
IPI Executive Director presents press freedom report
IPI hands 2013 awards to two women journalists killed in Syria, independent Malaysian radio station
Noted journalists Marie Colvin and Mika Yamamoto to be honoured for their courage and professionalism; Radio Free Sarawak receives award for ...
Covering Syria - Who to Trust?
With at least 31 journalists and citizen reporters killed in 2012, and another four killed so far this year, Syria has become the most dangerous ...
Russia's Leading Human Rights Lawyer Joins List of Prominent Speakers
Karinna Moskalenko to take part in panel on criminal defamation
Status of women journalists in the media
In many countries, the majority of journalism and mass communication students are women, leading to a significant increase in the number of women in ...
Women's Day Special Rates -28%!
To celebrate International Women’s Day, IPI invites women editors, journalists and media executives – as well as their male counterparts – to ...
Reporting on Religion - How to Reconcile Respect and Press Freedom
Religion is one of the most fraught topics in the news today, requiring accurate, fair and balanced reporting, as well as a comprehensive knowledge ...
Thank you for attending the IPI World Congress 2013!
We would like to thank you for participating in the IPI World Congress 2013 in Amman. Some 350 participants from 56 countries joined the two-day programme dedicated to press freedom in a rapidly changing world – not only in the Arab region, but around the globe.
We hope this year's event provided you with the opportunity to actively participate in a wide range of discussions on timely and relevant topics, and with a useful meeting place to exchange views, share experiences, catch up with old friends and establish new contacts.
See you in Cape Town next year!
IPI, the world’s oldest and most renowned global press freedom organization, will hold its annual World Congress from 12-16 April 2014 in Cape Town, South Africa.
2014 will mark the 20th anniversary of IPI’s last Congress in Cape Town, which coincided with the historic 1994 elections in South Africa that saw an end to Apartheid and the election of the nation’s first black president.
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