A major new global ranking index tracking the state of free expression is published today
Australian authorities are dramatically ramping up the sentences faced by peaceful climate crisis protesters
The Winter issue of Index magazine highlights the battles fought by theatre of resistance across the world and how they've been enduring different...
First Nations voices are often ignored. Now Yvonne Weldon is hoping to change that as she bids to become the first Aboriginal Lord Mayor of Sydney
The Autumn issue of Index magazine focuses on the struggle for environmental justice by indigenous campaigners. Anticipating the United Nations...
Index joined 52 other civil society organisations as well as private companies and security researchers in calling on governments to allow technology companies to offer strong encryption tools such as Signal or WhatsApp to the public.
Index on Censorship condemns the raid by Australian federal police on the offices of public broadcaster ABC over a 2017 article it ran in on operations of Australian special forces in Afghanistan.
Richard Neville, who co-founded the 1960s counterculture magazine Oz, has died. The satirical magazine poked fun at socially-conservative Austrailia and tackled taboo subjects
A piece of proposed legislation in the senate in Australia is attempting to wrestle with the legacy of the Snowden leaks with potential implications for media freedom. Nicholas Williams reports
Under new guidelines, Australian civil servants working for the prime ministers’s office caught criticising the government can be sanctioned for illicit social media use, Helen Clark reports