The International Bridge Press Association (IBPA) is a worldwide web; IBPA has more than 300 members in all corners of the world. Its main objective is to assist bridge journalists in their bridge related professional activities, see further the Constitution,
IBPA liaise with the World Bridge Federation, its zonal organizations, national contract bridge organizations, and other bodies, in order to achieve good working conditions for members. Bridge writers can apply for full membership, others can join as an associate member.
Full membership is a must for every professional bridge journalist. At major tournaments IBPA membership is the key to the press room and a number of other benefits. Between venues the IBPA Bulletin and IBPA's news services are a never ceasing source of column material. You can file your application for full membership now.
Anybody with interest in IBPA's activities can apply for associate membership.
You can email to IBPA's generic email address email@example.com or (preferably) use the direct email addresses that you find on the Organization page.
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Web master is Sven-Olov Flodqvist, Lund, Sweden.
Note that our members' personal contact details are for the member's personal use ONLY. That is to say, a member may look up (and use) the address (and/or phone/fax) to a fellow member if (s)he wants to address him/her in a certain matter. But it is NOT permitted to use the addresses found via this web-site for block sendings. Instead IBPA offers to send out circular letters. See further the Ads page.
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