12/17/14 – Xu Xiao, 2014 IPA Freedom to Publish Prize nominee, arrested in China

12/11/14 – Multi-stakeholder solutions offer best way to deal with copyright exceptions

12/05/14 – Local creative industries can help deliver UN Global Development Goals

11/20/14 – "One size does not fit all." Single textbook policy will hurt South Africa's pupils and publishers.

10/14/14 – New appointments to IPA's leadership bodies

10/09/14 – Richard Charkin calls for investment and innovation in publishing

10/05/14 – IPA calls on Turkey to drop politically motivated charges against journalists

10/04/14 – Spain must get serious about fighting IP piracy

07/14/14 – Mark Bide appointed as IPA adviser on digital publishing, standards and accessibility

06/30/14 – Publishers give their backing to WIPO's Accessible Books Consortium

05/13/14 – Chinese publisher Yao Wentian sentenced to 10 years in prison

05/09/14 – Russia's new censorship law "backwards and destructive"

05/08/14 – Stand up for copyright: Europe's creative sector highlights dangers of proposed new WIPO treaty

05/06/14 – IPA Secretary General warns: algorithms are replacing editors

04/23/14 – World Book Day taking off around the globe

04/08/14 – Ihar Lohvinau wins the 2014 IPA Freedom to Publish Prize

04/02/14 – IPA calls on Nigeria to withdraw “devastating” book import tariffs

03/25/14 – “Futile and desperate”: Publishers condemn attempt to block Twitter in Turkey

03/18/14 – Apple: Stop imposing your moral agenda on publishers

03/07/14 – Ihar Lohvinau and Afghan PEN Centre nominated for IPA Freedom to Publish Prize

02/14/14 – Concern over proposed 'fair use' exceptions for copyright in Australia

02/12/14 – “Technophobic and unfair”. IPA calls on Europe to end its e-book VAT discrimination

02/06/14 – “Dangerous” new internet law in Turkey will inhibit freedom to publish

01/30/14 – IPA Congress in Bangkok postponed to 2015 due to continued political unrest

01/28/14 – Freedom of expression under threat in Cambodia as crackdown on protests continues

01/23/14 – IPA demands that China releases publisher Yao Wentian

01/17/14 – IPA endorses Thema – New international subject category standard for books and e-books

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