IPA joins Ibero-American publishers at unprecedented Havana meeting

The IPA has been making further inroads into Latin America after Secretary General José Borghino joined the first ever meeting in Havana, Cuba, of IPA associate member the Grupo IberoAmericano de Editores (GIE).

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Richard Charkin at Mid-Term

Interviewed recently by Benedicte Page for The Bookseller, Richard Charkin talks about the challenges and achievements of his first 12 months as IPA president.


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IPA Demands Protection for Publishers in Bangladesh

The murderous attacks on Bangladeshi publishers and writers over the weekend are direct attacks on the freedom to publish — a fundamental freedom in all civilized countries.

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Publishers must keep taking risks in supporting freedom of expression

William Nygaard was shot outside his home after he published Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses in Norway. We interviewed him about publishers' responsibilities in upholding freedom of expression.

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Celebrating freedom of expression in Turkey

Each year, the Turkish Publishers Association presents Freedom of Thought and Expression Awards to authors and publishers who are fighting to uphold freedom of expression. Read about this year's winners.

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