Brick by brick
7 May 2014
As Europe prepared for the anniversary of the Berlin Wall’s demolition in November 2014, Index on Censorship looked at how the continent had changed. Author Irena Maryniak explored the idea of a new divide that had formed further east. Polish journalist Konstanty Gebert looked at how Poland’s media came out from the underground and lost its voice. Award-winning German writer Regula Venske showed how Germany tackled its identity issues through crime fiction; and Helen Womack reported from Moscow on the fears of a new Cold War. We also gave voice to “Generation Wall” – the young people who had grown up in a free eastern Europe.




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