Nigeria: Govt Must Drop Charges Against Journalist, Says World Press Group
IPI condemns pattern of forcing journalists to reveal their sources Read more »
Africa: New Reports Highlight IPI Research On State-Sponsored Trolling
Death and rape threats, accusations of treason, disfiguring memes, bots and automated agents, "black" public relation firms and hacking - these are only some of the features of… Read more »
Ghana: Ghana's Anas Anas Is Out to 'Name, Shame and Jail'
Frequently named one of Africa's most controversial journalists, undercover investigative reporter Anas Aremeyaw Anas has won fame across the continent for his self-described… Read more »
Africa: Rafael Marques: Hero Award 'Mirrors Hope of Angolans for Change'
Angolan anti-corruption journalist Rafael Marques was presented with the 2018 IPI World Press Freedom Hero award at a special ceremony at the 2018 IPI World Congress in Abuja,… Read more »
Africa: Good Journalism Matters, Nigeria President Says At IPI Congress
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari today opened the 2018 International Press Institute (IPI) World Congress in Nigeria by underscoring the importance of quality journalism to… Read more »
Angola: Campaigning Journalist Named 'Press Freedom Hero'
Journalist Rafael Marques de Morais, who has braved decades of harassment and prosecution to expose corruption and human rights abuses in his native Angola, has been named the… Read more »
Nigeria: Channels TV Embraces Digital Future
In just over two decades, the private Nigerian broadcaster Channels TV has grown from a small, 15-person newsroom to a media powerhouse with over 400 staff members. It is now the… Read more »
Gambia: IPI Chair Visits Senegal, Gambia to Promote World Congress
The chairman of the International Press Institute, a global network of editors, journalists and media executives, will join a high-level delegation of political, business and media… Read more »
Ethiopia: IPI Welcomes Release of Jailed Ethiopian Journalists
The International Press Institute (IPI) today welcomed the release of Ethiopian journalists Eskinder Nega and Woubshet Taye after more than six years in prison. Read more »
Ethiopia: Jailed Ethiopian Journalist Refuses Forced Confession
The International Press Institute (IPI) today called for the immediate and unconditional release of Ethiopian journalist Eskinder Nega, whose presidential pardon remains in doubt… Read more »
April 25, 2017
Ethiopia: Jailed Journalist Nega Named IPI Press Freedom Hero
Ethiopian journalist and blogger Eskinder Nega, who has been imprisoned since 2011 after criticising his country's abuse of anti-terror laws to silence the press, has been named… Read more »