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The narrative of evil newspaper versus innocent, naive, poor little politician is self-pitying and self-defeating, writes Padraig Reidy
On World Refugee Day, Index on Censorship meets Munzalak – a new Cairo-based initiative looking to empower refugees through journalism. Tom Rollins reports.
How do news gatherers and publishers adapt to the volume of online content produced every day?
In Britain self-censorship with market and readership in mind denies all but the most devout news-addict important stories, writes Jonathan Lindsell.
Index's editorial intern and recent graduate, Alice Kirkland, returned to her old university to speak to journalism students about the real world of work and how to stand out and get noticed in a fast-paced and changing media industry
It can be tough telling innocent hacks from violent insurrectionaries. Index on Censorship is here to help
On the eve of the International Day To End Impunity, we look back at the journalists intimidated, attacked and killed in 2013
Pakistani journalists who report on the victimisation of Ahmadis, Christians or Hindus are likely to become victims themselves, writes Zofeen Ebrahim
African journalists face more than deadlines in the race to report the news. Justine Limpitlaw and Christian Echle of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung’s Media Programme write how media laws interfere
A recently released report from the European Union contains recommendations that would endanger media freedom, says Kirsty Hughes
A tough but voluntary regulator is the best way to ensure a free press and a fair society, Index says in a new policy note Plus: Why Leveson's recommendations are more worrying than you think