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Live and online: Join us from Vienna on 23 November for a Conversation on Impunity

Impunity has always been ranked as a top priority in the free expression community. Why is that? How can we hope to change that? What has worked? These are a few questions but we know you have more. Now is your chance to ask questions directly to experts who have been fighting impunity in some of the world's most dangerous countries. Watch our special one-hour show, A Conversation on Impunity, on 23 November at 5.30pm GMT to see your question answered live!

Live from Vienna on the International Day to End Impunity on 23 November, IFEX is teaming up with the International Press Institute (IPI) to broadcast "A Conversation on Impunity", an online Q&A with representatives from Colombia, Mexico, the Philippines and the international community.

The conversation follows a one-day workshop with IFEX members, government officials and other concerned organisations on the safety of journalists and impunity, organised by IPI in cooperation with the Austrian Foreign Ministry.

During the conversation, learn more about the successes and challenges of investigating journalists' murders, publicising law enforcement failures and providing support for the families of victims - all while advocating for justice - in some of the world's most challenging places to be a journalist.

The live conversation will start here, on daytoendimpunity.org/live on Wednesday, 23 November at 6.30pm Vienna time (5.30pm GMT, 12.30pm EST).

Add your questions on the page, or pose them on our Facebook page and on Twitter with the hashtag #askIDEI. You can also submit questions during the show.

Our team of experts:
Alison Bethel McKenzie, Executive Director, International Press Institute
Dunja Mijatović, OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media
Andrés Morales, Executive Director, Fundación para la Libertad de Prensa, Colombia
Melinda Quintos de Jesus, Center for Media Freedom and Responsibilities, Philippines
Darío Ramírez, Director, ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America

And moderated by Anthony Mills, IPI Press Freedom Manager and former CNN correspondent

Be sure to tune in to the webcast to see if your question gets answered live! You can watch the conversation on daytoendimpunity.org/live. We'll try to get to as many questions as possible.

Following the show we will announce the winners of the International Day to End Impunity poster contest.

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