Category : Hong Kong

You can’t “put the genie back in the bottle”

alt informationA panel of activists, journalists and writers from Hong Kong reflect on the rights landscape as the city marks 25 years since the handover and why freedom is something they will never give up on

Raised voices: why we must continue to listen

alt informationThe news coming in from Belarus, Brazil, Hong Kong and Russia is devastating, writes our CEO Ruth Smeeth

China’s fifth most wanted democracy advocate looks back at Tiananmen

alt informationZhou Fengsuo was a student at the time of the Tiananmen Square protests. He tells Jemimah Steinfeld how peaceful times turned to horror

Hong Kong’s National Security Law reaches the UK

alt informationHigh-profile activist Benedict Rogers, who lives in London, is being targeted using the draconian law in what is believed to be its first use outside Chinese territory 

Lament for Hong Kong

alt informationWatching the crushing of Hong Kong’s media is heartbreaking and confirms the dictum that censorship inevitably degenerates into absurdity and corruption, writes David McNeill

Beijing Olympics: Support the sport but remember the persecuted

alt informationAs the Games begin in China, do cheer on your country's athletes but look beyond the sport

Will athletes risk the wrath of Beijing to stand up for human rights?

alt informationThe Olympic Games have a history of protest, but China is going out of its way to stop that. With growing concern over the Uyghurs and Hong Kong we look at how likely they are to win

Keeping watch on China

alt informationAs British MPs are warned over a Chinese national seeking influence in the UK parliament, Index continues to shine a light on the CCP's activities globally

Hope in the darkness

alt informationNathan Law, one of the leaders of Hong Kong’s protest movement, is convinced that the repression will not last forever. Here we publish an extract from his new book