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Podcast: Judged with Xinran, Stefano Pozzebon and Steven Levitsky

alt informationSummer podcast with Xinran, Stefano Pozzebon and Steven Levitsky exploring how governments use power to undermine justice and freedom.

Contents: Judged: How governments use power to undermine justice and freedom

alt informationThe summer 2019 edition of Index on Censorship magazine looks at how governments use power to undermine justice and freedom

Exploring queer identity in Brazil

alt informationIt should come as no surprise that, when opening an exhibition exploring queer identity, there will be critics.

Serbian protesters voice their dissent against president’s authoritarian drift

alt informationEvery Saturday, for the past five months, thousands of people have gathered on the streets of Serbian capital Belgrade to voice their dissent against President Aleksandar Vučić’s authoritarian tendencies and increasing control over the country’s media.

Talking censorship at the University of Essex

alt informationTrevor Phillips, chair of Index on Censorship, talked about censorship as part of the Essex Book Festival.

Podcast: Freedom of Expression Awards 2019 Winners’ Roundtable

alt informationA special edition of the Index on Censorship podcast celebrating the winners of the Freedom of Expression Awards 2019.

Podcast: Is there a global crisis for local newspapers?

alt informationSpring podcast with Karoline Kan, Ian Murray and Sinead Corr exploring the future of local news.

Birth, marriage and death: Confronting taboos at Index winter magazine launch

alt information“I found it empowering to be told I couldn't talk about something," said Gabby Edlin, founder of Bloody Good Period on the topic of period taboos at the launch of the winter Index on Censorship magazine

Cuban artist protests Decree 349 as Miss Bienal in Trafalgar Square

alt informationLuis Manuel Otero Alcántara, a Cuban artist, and co-founder of award-winning Museum of Dissidence performs in Trafalgar Square on 26 October

Cuban artists celebrate “triumph for activism” as they pick up Index award

alt informationAfter a seven month wait to get a UK visa, Cuban artists Luis Manuel Otero Alcàntara and Yanelys Nuñez Levya receive their Index on Censorship arts award.

Malta: Daphne Caruana Galizia’s son says the investigation into her murder could “shake up” the country’s establishment

alt informationAhead of the anniversary of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder, her son Paul talks to Index about the impact on his family and keeping attention on the case