Tagged: International Publishers Association

Let's hear it for the publishers

The IPA's president Richard Charkin on the opportunity that the International Publishers Congress presents for British publishers. Read more

International trade bodies unite in call for action on climate change

A group of international publishing industry organisations have joined forces to discuss their response to the climate crisis in the lead-up to the United Nations... Read more

Publishers support COP26 conference with virtual showcase

More than 35 book publishers will be supporting this year's United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) through a virtual showcase of titles focusing on the crisis and... Read more

Al Qasimi makes history at International Publishers Association as body hits 125

Bodour al Qasimi, the IPA’s new president, discusses the development of the organisation as it celebrates a century and a quarter Read more

Bologna reveals programme for this year's online fair

The Bologna Children’s Book Fair has revealed its online programme for June, which will feature more than 60 conferences, presentations, training courses and workshops.  ... Read more

Self-censorship a growing threat to publishing freedom, warns IPA

Self-censorship on sensitive issues like religion and sexuality is a growing threat to the freedom to publish, the International Publishers Assocation has said. Read more

IPA and PA call for industry solidarity to weather the coronavirus crisis

The International Publishers Association and the UK's Publishers Association have both urged the book trade to pull together to overcome the economic impact the disruption of the coronavirus will bring, while... Read more

Arabic publishing 'in crisis', Barghouti tells IPA Middle East Seminar

Arabic publishing is in crisis, the celebrated Palestinian poet and writer Mourid Barghouti told delegates at the International Publishers Association’s (IPA) first ever Middle East... Read more

Al Qasimi critiques Conrad's 'racist ideas' at IPA's Nairobi congress

Joseph Conrad had “racist ideas” and National Geographic magazine is guilty of “generalisations” about Africa, said the United Arab Emirates’ Sheikha Bodour al Qasimi, at... Read more

Imprisoned Egyptian publisher wins 2019 Prix Voltaire

Imprisoned Egyptian publisher and bookseller Khaled Lotfy has won the International Publishers Association’s 2019 Prix Voltaire which supports defenders of freedom to publish. Read more

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