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Croatia: Unsolved threats and assaults underscore rapid deterioration of media freedom

Croatia: Unsolved threats and assaults underscore rapid deterioration of media freedom

Index's project Mapping Media Freedom has recorded an alarming increase in media freedom violations in Croatia.

Romania: Radio station dismisses veteran journalist

Romania: Radio station dismisses veteran journalist

Vasile Luca, a veteran journalist working at Radio Cluj, a Romanian public radio station based in Cluj-Napoca, was fired in May 2015 as a result of a disciplinary committee hearing.

Dunja Mijatović: Online threats of killing, rape and violence everyday reality for too many female journalists

Dunja Mijatović: Online threats of killing, rape and violence everyday reality for too many female journalists

No job comes without sacrifices, but how many downgrading comments, criticism or even threats can one person take before it becomes too much?

27 Aug: Protest to support jailed Bahraini blogger and academic

27 Aug: Protest to support jailed Bahraini blogger and academic

Join us to mark the 160th day of Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace's hunger strike

Lejla Becar: The bulk-banning of bands in Bosnia

Lejla Becar: The bulk-banning of bands in Bosnia

Index on Censorship youth advisory board member Lejla Becar discusses the banning of music in Bosnia

Lawsuit takes French media to task for Charlie Hebdo reporting

Lawsuit takes French media to task for Charlie Hebdo reporting

A man who hid from the Charlie Hebdo attackers has filed a lawsuit against French media for their reporting.

Anastasia Vladimirova: A ruthless crackdown on independent media

Anastasia Vladimirova: A ruthless crackdown on independent media

Index on Censorship youth advisory board member Anastasia Vladimirova explains why she thinks Russia's NGO law curtails independent media

Ravian Ruys: Without trust, free speech suffers

Ravian Ruys: Without trust, free speech suffers

Index on Censorship youth advisory board member Ravian Ruys explores the impact of eroding public trust is having on free expression in The Netherlands

Jade Jackman: An act against knowledge and thought

Jade Jackman: An act against knowledge and thought

Index on Censorship youth advisory board member Jade Jackman explains why she thinks counter-terrorism legislation is a threat to academic freedom

Tom Carter: No-platforming Nigel

Tom Carter: No-platforming Nigel

Index on Censorship youth advisory board member Tom Carter explains why he thinks no-platforming undermines free expression

Matthew Brown: Spying on NGOs a step too far

Matthew Brown: Spying on NGOs a step too far

Index youth advisory board member Matthew Brown explores why he thinks mass surveillance has gone too far.

Sport for Rights coalition condemns conviction of human rights defenders

Sport for Rights coalition condemns conviction of human rights defenders

Index on Censorship joins rights groups in condemning the conviction and harsh sentencing of human rights defenders Leyla and Arif Yunus.

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