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January 17th, 2014

When we heard of Juan Gelman’s death, one of the most extraordinary editors in chief in the IPS history, we were all very struck, for the admiration we had of the poet, writer and journalist Gelman.

In these days, some of you have read the reactions of many colleagues, which are very well summarised in this article of our colleague Estrella Gutierrez, which I think well expresses the thoughts and feelings of many of us.

As the IPS founder Roberto Savio remembers in his book The Journalists who turned the world upside down. Voices of another information, Juan Gelman wrote these lines about his own story and IPS.

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January 15th, 2014

Our staff is deeply saddened by the news of the passing of Agentine poet and former colleague Juan Gelman. This note was circulated among IPS staff on January 14 by our colleague Estrella Gutierrez, following the announcement of Gelman’s death at age 83. In addition to his life as a prolific poet and critic of the Dirty War, Gelman was editor in Chief of IPS in the 1970. 

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January 6th, 2014

In the face of the circulation, on a small Italian web site in English, of false information about IPS and Mario Lubetkin, IPS Director General until 31st January 2014, the Executive Committee of the IPS International Board of Directors, and its President Emeritus Roberto Savio, got the respective letters to the digital publication, which we reproduce below:

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December 27th, 2013
Thalif Deen with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the award ceremony in New York.  (Picture by Lusha Chen)

Thalif Deen with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the award ceremony in New York. (Picture by Lusha Chen)

 

Thalif Deen, UN Bureau Chief for Inter Press Service (IPS) news agency and Regional Director North America, won one of the highest honours for excellence in UN reporting at the annual awards ceremony hosted by the UN Correspondents’ Association (UNCA) in New York.
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December 12th, 2013

IPS Africa attended the 17th ICASA Conference on AIDS and STIs held in Cape Town, South Africa, from the 7th to the 11th December.  ICASA is the biggest conference of its kind on the continent, with over 10,000 delegates attending.

As part of the coverage, we produced a daily TerraViva Conference Newsletter which is being emailed to delegates, and is also available on the IPS Africa Web Page www.ipsnews.net/Africa

The Conference was active on Twitter @NoNewHIV using hashtag #ICASA2013 with @ipsafrica contributing to the conversation.

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