A HALF CENTURY OF PROMOTING EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM
The World Press Institute fosters understanding among international journalists about the role and responsibilities of a free press in a democracy and promotes excellence in journalism.
Through its fellowship program, WPI brings 10 international journalists to the United States each year to experience the complexities of U.S. life through the prism of a reporter working under First Amendment conditions. The fellowship provides immersion into the governance, politics, business, media, journalistic ethics and culture of the U.S. through a demanding schedule of study, travel and interviews throughout the country.
50th Anniversary Celebration
The 50th Anniversary Celebration for WPI will be held June 6 to 9, 2013, at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. Watch for more details soon.
2012 Fellowship Winners
The World Press Institute chose 10 journalists from Australia, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Finland, Hungary, India, South Africa, and Uganda to be fellows in its 2012 international journalism program.
Read more about the fellows and view their photos
World Press Institute Reports
2012 WPI fellows blog about their experiences in the U.S.
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News of Former WPI Fellows
Andras Petho, a 2008 fellow from Hungary, has won an Hungarian investigative reporting award for his series on companies with links to Hungarian government officials. Read more
Shujaat Bukhari, a 2003 fellow, has been named editor in chief of Rising Kashmir, prominent English daily published from Srinagar, the capital of Indian part of Jammu and Kashmir. Read more
Anu Kuistiala, a 1995 WPI fellow, has been named editor in chief for online news and radio for MTV3, a major Finnish television. Read more
Vykintas Pugaciauskas, a 2008 WPI fellow, is the new spokesperson at the Lithuania’s Permanent Mission with the European Union. Read more
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