David Dadge is Director of the International Press Institute (IPI). The Vienna-based organization is a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists. Its goal is to foster and safeguard press freedom, protect freedom of opinion and expression, promote the free flow of news and informatiIPI: International Press Instituteon, and improve the practices of journalism. Mr. Dadge is the author of a series of books on press freedom: Casualty of War: The Bush Administration's Assault on a Free Press; Silenced: International Journalists Expose Media Censorship; and The War in Iraq and Why the Media Failed Us. He is the former editor of IPI's World Press Freedom Review. Mr. Dadge specializes in legal issues related to press freedom, and press freedom issues on the African sub-continent. He holds an LLB (hons) law degree.
as chairman at The Academic Council on the United Nations System 23rd Annual Meeting,
together with: Lakhdar Brahimi, Jan Egeland, Edward Mortimer, Abiodun Williams,
The UN Under Fire
as author at The Academic Council on the United Nations System 23rd Annual Meeting,