Category : Events

Index at Latitude: Forest Folktales

alt informationAs dusk falls and the witching hour approaches, gather in the Faraway Forest for sordid, uncensored folk tales as you have never heard them before.

Cambridge Folk Festival: Spoken Folk

alt informationJoin Index on Censorship for a weekend of talks and performances in the Flower Garden at Cambridge Folk Festival (2-4 August 2019)

STOP! It’s the Speech Police…

alt informationDavid Kaye and Timandra Harkness as they discuss social media and freedom of expression.

Marking seven years since the arrest of Raif Badawi

alt informationFree expression groups came together to mark seven years since the arrest of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi.

Seven years on: Join a vigil for Raif Badawi

alt informationJoin a special vigil to mark seven years since the arrest of blogger Raif Badawi who remains in prison, with the threat of 950 lashes still looming over him.

Skengdo and AM, Drillminister

alt informationExclusive track and video world premiere for ‘The Media’ by Skengdo & AM and Drillminister alongside the art installation Young Blood by Andrei Molodkin bought to you by a/political.

Debate: State Security v Freedom of the Press

alt informationRecently Parliament has passed legislation, including the Counter Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019 and the Crime Overseas Production Orders Act 2019, aimed at protecting the UK from external threats such as terrorism and activities of “rogue” state actors

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.