Press Releases

IPA criticises yet another example of Turkish government censorship

International Publishers Association (IPA) has joined the Turkish Publishers Assocaition (TPA) in criticizing yet another example of blatant political censorship in Turkey.

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The IPA’s first Director of Communications and Freedom to Publish

The International Publishers Association (IPA) has named Ben Steward as its first Director, Communications and Freedom to Publish, in a move designed to boost awareness of the IPA’s work, especially in defending the right of publishers to publish and distribute works in complete freedom, and in promoting copyright.

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IPA stresses the importance of licensing solutions at WIPO

International Publishers Association (IPA) today endorsed licensing as the best way to safeguard copies of works in libraries and archives during the debate at the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).

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IPA celebrates publishers’ innovation at WIPO

International Publishers Association (IPA) Secretary General, José Borghino spoke today about the great innovations being delivered by publishers, especially in the education sector.

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IPA concerned about yet another takeover of a Turkish publisher

The International Publishers Association (IPA) is very concerned about reports of another Turkish publisher being put in the hands of trustees.

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CHINA: SERIOUS CONCERNS ABOUT THE DISAPPEARANCE OF FOUR HONG KONG-BASED PUBLISHERS

The International Publishers Association and PEN International are alarmed at reports that four people associated with a publisher and bookstore in Hong Kong famous for producing and stocking books critical of the Chinese authorities have gone missing.

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