Youngsuk ‘YS’ Chi, the 2024 winner of London Book Fair’s Lifetime Achievement Award, chairs the AAP and Elsevier, and is director of corporate affairs for RELX.
During London Book Fair in March, the IPA will contribute to programming and hold various membership meetings on the sidelines.
The IPA’s 34th biennial International Publishers Congress will feature a keynote from UN under-secretary-general Melissa Fleming.
Called by some ‘the father of Indian publishing,’ publisher Asoke Ghosh was active in the International Publishers Association’s work.
Amid world book publishing’s challenges in 2024, IPA’s Karine Pansa says publishers need to talk more about what they do, and why.
London Book Fair this year has chosen two charities: Book Aid International and the home market’s National Literacy Trust.
Independent press Fly on the Wall is a signatory to the UK Publishers Association’s ‘Publishing Declares’ climate effort.
Ottawa is working through an AI inquiry while Canada’s publishing industry is ‘still waiting for ministers to honor their commitment.’
Nominations for the 2024 Prix Voltaire have opened, the laureate to be honored at Guadalajara’s International Publishers Congress.
The world associations of publishers and booksellers, IPA and EIBF, call on Colombo to cancel a tax hike on Sri Lanka’s imported books.