If convicted of the 2018 charges, Maria Ressa, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning author, could have been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
The writer and war-crimes researcher Victoria Amelina has died of wounds sustained in the June 27 Russian attack in Kramatorsk.
The two great pillars of the International Publishers Association were on the IPA president’s mind as she spoke at Seoul’s book fair.
The Turkish Publishers Association honors a house fighting seven cases of effective bans on books considered ‘harmful to minors.’
The Iraqi publisher Mazin Lateef Ali’s son Abdulmoahimen accepts the 2023 Prix Voltaire for his father, who was abducted in 2020.
This year’s second outing for Lillehammer’s World Expression Forum opens an extensive and dedicated new program for young people.
The newly released ‘Freedom to Write Index’ features 2022 key cases, trends, regimes, victims of oppression, and leading markets of concern.
The 2023 IPA Prix Voltaire nominees—from Pakistan, Egypt, Ireland, Turkey, and Iraq—’have made a significant contribution’ to freedom to publish.
Amid final nominations for IPA’s Prix Voltaire, book bannings and charges of censorship raise new controversies in children’s content.
The International Publishers Association warns that ‘publishers will find themselves at risk’ under the proposed Russian legislation.