ISSUE: VOLUME 42.01 SPRING 2013
Fallout: The economic crisis and free expression

The formidable voices of the plazas

Index on Censorship investigates whether the major economic crisis sweeping through Europe since 2008 had had negative effects on citizens' ability to debate, demonstrate and exchange ideas through journalism, new media, artistic expression, politics or academia.

Includes articles by: Nick Cohen on censorship and the bankers; Diran Adebayo writes about Twitter and the sporting hero; Rafael Spuldar reports on Brazil; Jo Glanville on saving the BBC World Service.

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