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Index Freedom of Expression Awards 2013
21 Mar 2013
BY INDEX ON CENSORSHIP

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Thursday 21 March, 6.30pm
Inner Temple, London EC4Y 7HL

This year’s Awards are an extraordinary celebration of the courageous and determined individuals around the world who have stood up for free expression, often at great personal risk.

The 2013 Index Awards nominees showcase both some of the biggest stories of the past year and some equally important stories that have slipped under the radar.

Our nominees have all demonstrated in different ways their passionate belief the freedom of expression is a fundamental human right.

Be inspired by this year’s heroes. Celebrate freedom of expression. Support Index on Censorship.

See this year’s nominees here

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