The summer issue of Index magazine concentrated its efforts on the developing situation between Russia and Ukraine and consequential effects around...
In trying to protect us online, legislators risk silencing us
We all want to protect each other from seeing the worst of humanity but we have no right not to be offended
Contents – Index at 50: The battles won, lost and currently raging
The spring issue of Index magazine is special. We are celebrating 50 years of history and to such a milestone we've decided to look back at the...
Boris Johnson’s Partygate is a distraction from the important issues
Aggression against protestors in Kazakhstan, hunger in Afghanistan and Covid deaths continue despite the scandals
Women journalists caught in middle of Afghanistan’s nightmare
Many journalists – women in particular – have fled the Taliban or are in hiding from the brutal regime
Contents – Playing with fire: how theatre is resisting the oppressor
The Winter issue of Index magazine highlights the battles fought by theatre of resistance across the world and how they've been enduring different...
Suffering in silence: The poetry of Parwana Fayyaz
Three poems on the lives of women in Afghanistan
Contents – Climate of fear: The silencing of the planet’s indigenous peoples
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Autumn issue of Index magazine focuses on the struggle for environmental justice by indigenous campaigners....
Call for Afghan actors, writers and film-makers to be given safe passage
More than 80 luminaries from the world of film and theatre have written an open letter to The Times
Sharing the stories that need to be told
Index’s CEO looks ahead to this weekend’s Freedom of Expression Awards
“We made promises to the people of Afghanistan”
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image="117302" img_size="full" add_caption="yes"][vc_column_text]Yesterday I met with my local Afghani...
Afghan journalists facing an impossible choice under the Taliban
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] For five days after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban insurgency, Mariam (not her real name) didn’t leave her...