Category : Events

Index at ORGCon 2019

alt informationIndex on Censorship will be part of the Activist Space at ORGCon 2019. Join us and other campaigners and activists on 13 July including a keynote speech by Edward Snowden.

21-25 May: Who Are We? at Tate Exchange

alt informationJoin 2019 Freedom of Expression Awards Arts Fellow Zehra Doğan as she participates in the third year of Who Are We? at the Tate Exchange.

Xinran, Karoline Kan and Rachael Jolley on China 30 years after Tiananmen at the Hay Festival

alt information Join Chinese authors Xinran and Karoline Kan for a discussion at the Hay Festival moderated by Index on Censorship magazine editor Rachael Jolley to explore some of today’s most pressing issues in China past and present.

Index at #ijf19: How to fight back against the censors?

alt informationJoin Index Magazine editor Rachael Jolley at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, where she will be discussing the state of censorship and the need for more tools and knowledge on how to circumvent the censors.

Index at CIJ Well Told

alt informationCIJ Well Told is the UK’s only longform and narrative festival, and takes place on 1 and 2 March at Goldsmiths college, London.

Pervasive and personal: Observations on free speech online

alt informationTechnology has linked much of the world together, but in its complexity and ubiquity, technology also has deeply personal qualities.

The hard news debate: Can quality journalism survive in a world of fake news and social media?

alt informationSenior journalists and media leaders are to debate at a London Press Club event whether quality journalism can survive

Unspeakable: Banned books, difficult words, taboos

alt informationEssex Book Festival and Index on Censorship invite you to join them for Unspeakable, a day of challenging and illuminating conversations, performance, exhibitions and workshops hosted by the University of Essex, that explores historic and contemporary issues of censorship, no-platforming, freedom of speech, and taboos.

Is humanity in denial?

alt informationAll of us deny inconvenient truths sometimes, but what happens when denial becomes ‘denialism’, a systematic attempt to overturn established scholarly findings?

Beast on the Moon: Rewriting of history

alt informationRichard Kalinoski’s Beast on the Moon, set in 1920’s Milwaukee, focuses on Aram and his teenage "mailorder" bride Seta, both survivors of the Armenian Genocide