IAPA condemns Cuba silence
- IAPA condemns acts against press freedom. // Editor & Publisher;05/03/97, Vol. 130 Issue 18, p59
Reports on the resolution issued by the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) condemning actions against press freedom in the Western Hemisphere.
- The IAPA report on press freedom in the hemisphere. // Editor & Publisher;12/4/93, Vol. 126 Issue 49, p17
Presents the concluding portion of the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) Freedom of the Press Committee's report after a country-by-country analysis of press conditions in the Western Hemisphere. Number of assassinations of journalists during 1992; Constraints on the practice of free...
- Latins say no to a lie. // Editor & Publisher;11/15/97, Vol. 130 Issue 46, p8
Focuses on the Ibero-American Summit held in Venezuela wherein Latin America rejected the so-called right to truthful information. Criticisms against Venezuelan president Rafael Caldera; Lobbying efforts of the Inter American Press Association.
- IAPA protests Brazil tax bid. // Editor & Publisher;7/15/95, Vol. 128 Issue 28, p21
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- PRESS FREEDOM in Latin America: A survey. Fitzgerald, Mark // Editor & Publisher;04/10/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 15, p41
Reports on developments related to developments affecting press freedom in Latin America based on reports issued by the Inter American Press Association at its midyear meeting in 2000. Conviction of the killers of `Noticia' photographer Jose Luis Cabezas; Involvement of police and military...
- Lack of U.S. endorsement. // Editor & Publisher;7/23/94, Vol. 127 Issue 30, p6
Comments on the lack of endorsement by the United States of free speech and free press internationally. Inter American Press Association's promotion of the `Declaration of Chapultepec'; Endorsement by presidents of seven Latin American countries and the secretary-general of the Organization of...
- Curtailing press freedom. Brown, Robert U. // Editor & Publisher;4/8/95, Vol. 128 Issue 14, p31
Cites evidences of press freedom curtailment in the western hemisphere, that were reported during the Inter American Press Association's (IAPA) conference in St. Petersburg, Fla. Murder of journalists in Mexico as reported by Jack Fuller of the `Chicago Tribune'; Obligatory licensing of...
- U.S. makes U-turn on freedom road. Fitzgerald, Mark // Editor & Publisher;06/12/99, Vol. 132 Issue 24, p4
Discusses the effect of the United States' withdrawal of its support for an Organization of American States declaration on freedom of expression. Criticism that declaration may limit media freedom; Increase in the influence of the Inter American Press Association on free-press issues; Other...
- Support for declaration gains momentum. Stein, M.L. // Editor & Publisher;4/2/94, Vol. 127 Issue 14, p16
Reports on the plan of the Inter American Press Association to invite leaders of all Western Hemisphere nations to sign the free-speech declaration written in Mexico City, Mexico. Increase in the support for the declaration; Signing of Mexican president Carlos Salinas de Gortari and Guatemalan...