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IPI condemns mass cancellation of journalists’ press cards in Turkey

The International Press Institute (IPI) today condemned Turkey’s cancellation of the press cards of over a dozen journalists and staff members of the independent daily Evrensel. The newspaper said that at least 17 of its journalists, including Editor-in-Chief Fatih Polat, had their press cards cancelled without explanation. Among those whose press cards are cancelled are […]

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IPI marks Turkey’s “Working Journalists Day” 2020

On January 10, journalists across Turkey will mark “Working Journalists Day” to recall the struggle for the rights of journalists and their crucial democratic role in informing the public. The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists, takes the opportunity of the Working Journalists Day to express solidarity […]

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Doing journalism while doing time in Turkey’s jails

SEDA TAŞKIN / Prominent former jailed journalists describe their experiences reporting from prison

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Turkey Free Expression Trial Monitoring Report November – 2019

The International Press Institute (IPI) in collaboration with the Media and Law Studies Association (MLSA), today published the fourth trial monitoring report on freedom of expression cases in Turkey. This report is part of a programme of monitoring that started in June 2018 and confirms findings of the earlier reports, published in September, July and January 2019, that the country’s […]

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