The Winter issue of Index magazine highlights the battles fought by theatre of resistance across the world and how they've been enduring different...
CATEGORY: Academic Freedom
Mahanoy Area High School student Brandi Levy wins Supreme Court case after a profanity-laced post on Snapchat at a local convenience store
It’s the students who should decide whose picture is on the wall of their common room, not the education secretary
In response to today’s Queen’s speech, Index, English PEN and Article 19 have written to the Education Secretary
Index on Censorship responds to seven specific policy proposals, including the appointment of a Free Speech and Academic Freedom Champion
Academics at one of our most learned institutions vote next week on what free speech means. Our CEO says respect should be earned
Academics are losing tenure and teachers are being fired as China’s national security law bites
Cases against Academics for Peace have become emblematic of the attacks on freedom of expression in Turkey
On 26 July 2019, Turkey’s highest court brought new hope to Turkish academics when it ruled that ten educators who had signed the petition “We will not be a Party to This Crime!” (Bu Suça Ortak Olmayacağız) had been tried unfairly and in violation of their rights.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link="https://youtu.be/b21faoXVpM4"][vc_column_text]“Students in the United States must be free to express their views,...
Former IRA member Anthony McIntyre has been granted a UK Supreme Court hearing in an attempt to stop the PSNI getting hold recordings of interviews he gave about his role during the so-called “Troubles” in Northern Ireland.
Free speech on campus is a key Index on Censorship project to defend and expand freedom of speech at colleges and universities around the world