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Vidal-Hall on 14 years at Index exposing censorship happening under our nose

alt informationThe former editor of Index discusses working with Noam Chomsky, 9/11 and interviewing Orban before his far right swing

Why a naked feminist statue should remain uncensored

alt informationMaggi Hambling's A Sculpture for Mary Wollstonecraft has been roundly criticised, with some trying to censor its nakedness

Forced motherhood is an infringement on free expression

alt informationAs various countries around the world seek to make abortion illegal or hard to get, Orna Herr highlights the free expression implications

How did Belarus come to be ruled by “the last dictator of Europe”?

alt informationThe attack on the people of Belarus today is the result of 26 years of brutal dictatorship, in which basic freedoms were dismantled one by one

Surveillance a growing problem for journalists worldwide say panellists

alt informationIn the first online magazine launch, three journalists discuss the impact of surveillance on media freedom across the globe

The Harpers open debate letter: a reading list

alt informationThe signatories to a letter in Harpers magazine about open debate are familiar to Index magazine

The view from Hong Kong in 1997: an Index reading list

alt informationA reading list of articles from the Index archive when Hongkongers were wondering what the handover from Britain to China would mean

Quiz: How well do you know your privacy facts?

alt informationHow much do you actually know about tracking apps after months of reading about them? Take our quiz and see

Quiz: How well do you know your ‘complicity’ facts?

alt informationTake our quiz to see how well you know your 'complicity' facts

Coronavirus providing pretext for Modi to increase attacks on press and Muslims

alt informationPress freedom in India continues to be chipped away under Narendra Modi in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, while Muslims are being blamed for the outbreak

Viktor Orbán’s power grab leaves Hungary without true democracy

alt informationIn the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orbán has pushed through emergency laws that have no time limit and enormous potential to limit media freedom

Turkish writers need to “hold people in power” to account

alt informationTurkish author and journalist Kaya Genç answers questions from the Index youth advisory board about watching his colleagues being silenced and how writers can challenge authority