For Turkish academics, signing a dissenting petition can mean expulsion from their job, the country or even jail time. In Noémi Lévy-Aksu’s case, signing the Academics for Peace petition, “We will not be a party to this crime!” meant losing her teaching position at Boğaziçi University.
Digital activism group GreatFire launch crowdfunding campaign to fight China’s approach to internet censorship.
David Aaronovitch, Jamie Bartlett and Xinran examine the past, current and future roles of propaganda at the Essex Book Festival
In this issue, Index looks at the current state of African, including Liberia, Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.
In this issue, Index reveals secrets about the lives, works and deaths of persecuted Soviet writers hidden in Moscow’s KGB headquarters, the ‘Lubianka.’
In this issue, Index publishes excerpts of banned plays in Indonesia and highlights ongoing censorship in other Asian countries.
In this issue, Index highlights Chilean writer Ariel Dorfman and his play.
In this issue, Index looks at the media management in the Gulf War.
In this issue, Index publishes a global view of film censors at work.
In this issue, Index publishes previously unseen photographs from the Baku Massacre and a first-hand account of what happened on 19 January 1990.
In this issue, Index publishes material describing changes that have taken place in Turkey over the last two years.