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Malaysia: Sedition case against cartoonist Zunar adjourned

Malaysia: Sedition case against cartoonist Zunar adjourned

Index calls on Malaysia to immediately drop all charges against Zunar and respect free expression

Zunar: I hope for freedom, but prepare to fight on

Zunar: I hope for freedom, but prepare to fight on

Cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Haque, aka Zunar, currently faces a record number of nine simultaneous charges under Malaysia’s controversial sedition act in a trial that is scheduled to begin on July 7.

Malaysian authorities must drop charges against cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Haque

Malaysian authorities must drop charges against cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Haque

Index on Censorship joins Article 19, English PEN, Media Legal Defence Initiative and PEN International in writing to the Malaysian prime minister calling for the charges against cartoonist, Zunar, to be dropped.

Staying silent is not an option, says persecuted Malaysian cartoonist Zunar

Staying silent is not an option, says persecuted Malaysian cartoonist Zunar

Zulkiflee Anwar Haque, aka Zunar, is facing nine charges and 43 years in prison under Malaysia's sedition act, with the trial set to start on 20 May

Padraig Reidy: Sentenced to death for not believing in God

Padraig Reidy: Sentenced to death for not believing in God

Washiqur Rahman and Ajivit Roy were killed because they were atheists who refused to keep quiet about their beliefs

Malaysian cartoonist Zunar says “I will keep drawing until the last drop of my ink”

Malaysian cartoonist Zunar says “I will keep drawing until the last drop of my ink”

Malaysian political cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Haque "Zunar" was charged with nine counts of sedition for tweets posted following a controversial court ruling.
Drawing pressure: Cartoons from around the world

Will China’s detention of feminist activists shut the movement up or make it louder?

The continued detention of five activists arrested ahead of International Women's Day could be a turning point for Chinese feminists -- for better or worse, writes Jemimah Steinfeld

Padraig Reidy: Women are denied the right to exist in public space — even in death

Padraig Reidy: Women are denied the right to exist in public space — even in death

Whether openly hateful or couched in “protective” metaphor, the message to women is always clear: public interaction is for men, and at best, you are here by our permission

How Afghanistan’s female journalists are covering the stories no one else can

How Afghanistan’s female journalists are covering the stories no one else can

The country's female journalists are playing a vital role in society, but threats remain

#IndexAwards2015: Campaigning nominee Abdul Mujeeb Khalvatgar

#IndexAwards2015: Campaigning nominee Abdul Mujeeb Khalvatgar

Abdul Mujeeb Khalvatgar is an Afghan journalist and the executive director of the media advocacy group Nai Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan, which works to develop a free media as the country develops a peacetime society.

Index on Censorship condemns brutal murder of blogger Avijit Roy

Index on Censorship condemns the brutal murder of US-Bangladeshi blogger Avijit Roy. Roy, an atheist who advocated secularism, was hacked to death by a knife-wielding mob in Dhaka as he walked back from a book fair. Index CEO Jodie Ginsberg said: “Our sympathies are with the family of Avijit Roy.

Sri Lanka’s media needs reform — can new President Sirisena deliver?

Sri Lanka’s media needs reform — can new President Sirisena deliver?

The country needs a constitutionally recognised national commission to oversee media reform and ensure freedom of expression is properly defended, writes Rohan Jayasekera

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