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Category : Europe and Central Asia
Azerbaijan must stop crackdown on freedom of expression
The government of Azerbaijan is carrying out a multi-pronged attack on freedom of expression.
Ece Temelkuran: “Make Turkey so-so again!”
The women around me are more alert to the Turkey’s situation than the men are. The comfortable male universe is full of denial.
Yavuz Baydar: In exile you spend your days in a fog
My gut tells me that this time Turkey’s turmoil may turn out to be long-lasting and leave a more harmful imprint on the nation’s soul.
Dunja Mijatović: Why bother? A quick take on lying on social media
Besides the difficulty in determining truth from opinion to a bald-faced lie, the inherent limiting of ideas, including criminalising them, makes us all suffer a little bit.
Ece Temelkuran: A diary of Turkey’s interesting times
Author Ece Temelkuran brings Index up to date about the latest developments in Turkey.
Letter: Hands off our data
Kosovo: Violence, threats and impunity continue to plague the media
A series of attacks and death threats towards journalists and broadcasters has stirred unrest amongst journalists in Europe’s youngest country
Exploring Ireland’s decline in media plurality
Concentrated media market gives business owners influence over the news
Tailor-made laws: The state of surveillance in Germany
What is worse: intelligence services gathering data without any legal basis or secret services operating within a legal framework that allows them to obtain vast amounts of personal information?
Turkey: International coalition slams Cumhuriyet arrests and media closures
14 leading press freedom groups urge officials to end abuses under state of emergency
#NoImpunity: Those who attack journalists must be held to account
Today is the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists. Since 2006, 827 journalists have been killed for their reporting
Belarus: Equal media access denied to opposition candidates during election
On 11 September, the people of Belarus elected the lower house of parliament, the House of Representatives. Speaking about the media environment surrounding the elections
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