Animation of all APIF winners 2021

The African Publishing Innovation Fund (APIF) – a grant program co-led by the UAE-based global philanthropic organization Dubai Cares and implemented by the International Publishers Association (IPA) – has chosen five projects across Africa to receive $170,000 in funding in 2021. The APIF Committee, chaired by IPA President Bodour Al Qasimi selected the winners from 311 applications received from 26 African countries.

Logo Composite - African Minds, Association of University Presses, Duke University Press, Liverpool University Press

IPA Associate Member, the Association of University Presses (AUPresses) has launched a pilot program that seeks to deepen transnational dialogue and collaboration among mission-driven scholarly publishers. The AUPresses Global Partner Program will pair member presses with non-member presses in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America, aiming not only to amplify the work of presses in the “Global South” but also to expand the knowledge base of the university press community worldwide.

State of Publishing Report Covers

On Thursday 15 October at 11am the International Publishers Association launched a new set of seven reports looking at key aspects of the international publishing industry. 

Logo composite of the new Portuguese language book club and the different partners

Global Goals Week sees book sector organisations from Brazil and Portugal come together and commit to augmenting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Book Club with a collection of lusophone books about the different goals for children.

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