At Guadalajara’s fair, Bologna Children’s Book Fair and Italy’s publishers are among market participants.
The 34th International Publishers Congress will be held in Guadalajara in December 2024, the IPA announces in its general assembly.
Another instance of governmental incursion into the educational space: The Dominican Republic’s publishers hold a news conference.
The Brazilian state of São Paulo’s educational publishers went to court this month to turn around a state school-content program.
‘The Fifth Quarter Century’ is the IPA’s book by Hugo Setzer, examining the latest upheavals and progress of the 125-year-old organization.
Threats to copyright protections, publishing leaders at London Book Fair will say today, are as broadly international as the Internet.
Publication day: ‘The IPA continues to quietly do good work in the background’ on the freedom to publish and diplomacy, writes Richard Charkin in ‘My Back Pages’—his memoir releasing today.
A 38-percent jump, year-over-year: A record 2,571 unique titles were targeted for censorship in the United States in 2022, ALA reports.
The ruling against the Internet Archive for its “Open Library” lending is a major win for book publishers and creative industries.
As she completes her term as president of the International Publishers Association, Bodour Al Qasimi speaks about the experience.