Articles by International Press Institute (IPI)
“These disturbing findings reveal that spyware continues to be weaponized against journalists and civil society.” — IPI
Amid airstrikes and comms blackouts, Palestinian journalists risk their lives to tell the story of war
Palestinian journalist Najlaa Alskafi speaks to Gaza colleagues about the grave threats they confront in reporting.
Since the Azerbaijani government began its campaign of intimidation on 20 November 2023, at least 13 journalists have been arrested, 11 of whom are still behind bars.
New report examines media capture in Greece through the four indicators of media capture: capture of private media, capture of public media, capture of the system of funding media and capture of media regulators.
Israel must respect the rules of war, credibly investigate any killings of journalists by its forces, and allow international journalists access to Gaza.
IPI calls on authorities to investigate recent incidents targeting journalists from ‘Nashi Hroshi’ and ‘Bihus.info’, two outlets known for exposing corruption in Ukraine.
A new toolkit compiled by MFWA, IPI and Senegalese digital rights group Jonction provides a comprehensive overview of the domestic, regional, and international legal frameworks on press freedom.
These media entrepreneurs aim to serve their communities in [the midst of] anti-media rhetoric from President Rodrigo Chaves Robles and reduced income from government funding.