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Campaigns and statements

Bahrain: Nabeel Rajab put in isolation ahead of 6 October trial

Bahrain: Nabeel Rajab put in isolation ahead of 6 October trial

On Sunday 25 September Nabeel Rajab was transferred from the West Riffa Police Station to solitary confinement in the East Riffa Police Station ahead of his sentencing next week.

News and features

Banned Books Week: What are the censors so afraid of?

Banned Books Week: What are the censors so afraid of?

Banned Books Week was launched in 1982 in response to a surge in book censorship in schools, bookshops and libraries. Since then, over 11,300 books have been banned

Events

October 2016: Norwegian musician Moddi stands #WithTheBanned

October 2016: Norwegian musician Moddi stands #WithTheBanned

To mark the release of Norwegian musician Moddi’s new album, Unsongs, Index on Censorship is proud to announce a special series of appearances by currently banned voices from around the world

From the magazine

Iraqi fixer on danger of accepting bylines in foreign media

Iraqi fixer on danger of accepting bylines in foreign media

Foreign correspondents often rely on "fixers" to help them report from war-torn countries. But, as Caroline Lees reveals in the new issue of Index on Censorship magazine, they can be targeted as spies if their names become known locally.

Current issue: Does anonymity need to be defended?

Does anonymity need to be defended?

The autumn 2016 Index on Censorship magazine explores anonymity through a range of in-depth features, interviews and illustrations from around the world. Contributors include former CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson, journalist John Lloyd, Bangladeshi blogger Ananya Azad and philosopher Julian Baggini. This issue also has a thoughtful essay by novelist Hilary Mantel and illustrations by Molly Crabapple.

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