Уроженец Ирана студент механико-машиностроительного факультета был главным редактором «Фаноса» (Fanos), студенческого журнала, который запретили из-за поддержки Зелёного движения (Green Movement).
It’s 2016. Turkey is in a state of emergency after the failed coup d’etat of the President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan government. Journalists like Yavuz Baydar are going to be more at risk than ever before.
The Iranian-born mechanical engineering student was the editor-in-chief of Fanous, a student magazine which was banned for standing with the Green Movement
Fathy stands accused of “belonging to a banned group”, promoting “ideas calling for terrorist acts” and “disseminating false news”
Visit any destination, but don’t gloss over the free speech issues, argue panellists at launch of Index summer magazine
Travel to any destination, just make sure you report the truth, argue Index panellists at launch of the Index on Censorship summer magazine 2018, Trouble in Paradise
Indians took to Twitter to express their frustration after the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) pushed the release of the film Love Simon back indefinitely.
Two days after the publication of an investigation into alleged inappropriate behaviour by a member of a Honduran military unit involving young female students, digital newspaper Reportero de Investigacion was targeted with a misleading story that purported to be from the outlet.