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IPI 10. 07. 2019.   >>  18:20 0

IPI

New pledges not credible without action

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, has joined more than 25 other press freedom and media development organizations in a statement calling on participating states at this week’s Global Media Freedom Conference in London to take credible steps toward improving media freedom.

On 9 July, 33 press freedom and media development organizations met in London in advance of the Global Media Freedom Conference to call on all participating States to ensure the protection and safety of all journalists and media workers in compliance with their existing obligations and international standards. The group, representing and working with hundreds of thousands of journalists and media workers, said new pledges will only be credible if States immediately release all imprisoned journalists; stop killing, attacking and denigrating journalists; Investigate and prosecute all murders of journalists.

The group demands all States hold themselves and their counterparts accountable and show demonstrable progress. Several States attending the Conference currently have journalists in prison and unsolved murders.

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