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Institute for Public Accuracy

Description The Institute for Public Accuracy (IPA) was founded in mid-1997 by its current executive director, Norman Solomon, with the support of a two-year $100,000-per-year Public Interest Pioneer grant from the Stern Family Fund. IPA opened its national office in San Francisco in October 1997. Several months later, IPA established its media office in the National Press Building in Washington, D.C. It is a 501(c)(3) organization. IPA increases the reach and capacity of progressive and grassroots organizations (at no cost to them) to address public policy by getting them and their ideas into the mainstream media. IPA gains media access for those whose voices are commonly excluded or drowned out by government or corporate-backed institutions. As a national consortium of independent public-policy researchers, analysts and activists, IPA widens media exposure for progressive perspectives on many issues including the environment, human rights, foreign policy, and economic justice.

Institute for Public Accuracy
 
Contact 915 National Press Building
Washington, DC  20045
UNITED STATES
Phone: 202-347-0020
Fax: 202-347-0290
 
Email dcinstitute@igc.org
 
Website http://www.accuracy.org (link opens in a new window)


Focus: Development, Education, Energy, Environment, Finance, Governance, Human Rights, United States, Americas

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