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WPFCWorld Press Freedom Committee
WPFCWestern Pennsylvania Family Center (Pittsburgh, PA)
WPFCWorking Party on Food Chemistry (Federation of European Chemical Societies)
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The Interesting Times China blog (www.i-Times.org) features contributions from what WPFC says are some of "world's most authoritative voices on this subject." Among them: Jean-Philippe Beja, research director of the International Relations Studies Center in Paris; Dr.
Andersen, chairman emeritus of WPFC. "On any list of dedicated, articulate, persistent and effective defenders of freedom of the press across the world for the past several decades, [he] ranks among the very best."
WPFC leaders told The Tico Times this week that some of Costa Rica's restrictive press laws are jeopardizing the country's reputation as a stable democracy with a strong record in human rights.
They join seven other journalists behind bars in Azerbaijan, the WPFC said.
Simply put, the WPFC is saying it's time for American papers, and the U.S.
28 WPFC Biennial Meeting, World Press Freedom Committee, Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans
In 1992, UNESCO passed a resolution calling for a world press day and won praise from The World Press Freedom Committee (WPFC) that had been formed to fight UNESCO's freedomless ideas.
Indeed, WPFC and other free press organizations say that increasing numbers of oppressive governments are using the European Convention as a tool to bludgeon the press.
THE WORLD PRESS Freedom Committee (WPFC) is sounding the alarm over a United Nations declaration that WPFC says could spell disaster for press freedom in developing countries.
E&P interviews with UNESCO representatives at its Paris headquarters, a State Department official, a key congressman, and the executive director of the U.S.-based World Press Freedom Committee (WPFC) indicated that American officials feel the time is ripe for the United States to return to the fold.