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Mapping Media Freedom: In review 30 June-7 July

Mapping Media Freedom: In review 30 June-7 July

Each week, Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom project verifies threats, violations and limitations faced by the media throughout Europe

Serbia: Journalists protest “government control” of public broadcaster

Serbia: Journalists protest “government control” of public broadcaster

Journalists and citizens in Serbia’s northern city of Novi Sad are taking the streets after a wave of dismissals at the regional broadcaster Radio Television Vojvodina

14 July: The role of investigative journalism and a free media in fighting corruption

14 July: The role of investigative journalism and a free media in fighting corruption

How can we protect a free media and space for civil society? What are the growing restrictions facing journalists? How can investigative journalism fight corruption?

Journalists attacked by police and protesters during French labour reform bill demonstrations

Journalists attacked by police and protesters during French labour reform bill demonstrations

In almost four months covering protests against France's labour reform bill, a number of journalists in the country have faced intimidation, detention and injury

Mapping Media Freedom: In review 24-29 June

Mapping Media Freedom: In review 24-29 June

Each week, Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom project verifies threats, violations and limitations faced by the media throughout the Europe

Turkey’s film festivals face a narrowing space for expression

Turkey’s film festivals face a narrowing space for expression

The Siyah Bant initiative, which carries out research on censorship of the arts in Turkey, has given much coverage to obstacles to freedom of expression in the cinematic field

Poetic Pilgrimage: Hip hop has the capacity to “galvanise the masses”

Poetic Pilgrimage: Hip hop has the capacity to “galvanise the masses”

Their love of music brought them together but it was their spirituality and a feeling of seeking that prompted them to convert to Islam

Azadliq: “We are working under the dual threat of government harassment and financial insecurity”

Azadliq: “We are working under the dual threat of government harassment and financial insecurity”

On 14 June, Qasid, an Azerbaijan's state-owned media distributor warned that it will shut down the 2014 Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Journalism Award-winning newspaper Azadliq

How dangerous is it to be a journalist in Ireland 20 years after the murder of Veronica Guerin?

How dangerous is it to be a journalist in Ireland 20 years after the murder of Veronica Guerin?

This weekend marks 20 years since the murder of Irish award-winning crime reporter and investigative journalist Veronica Guerin

Mapping Media Freedom: In review 16-23 June

Mapping Media Freedom: In review 16-23 June

Each week, Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom project verifies threats, violations and limitations faced by the media throughout the European Union and neighbouring countries.

Yavuz Baydar: A noble profession has turned into a curse

Yavuz Baydar: A noble profession has turned into a curse

Journalism has, without the slightest doubt, become the most risky, and endangered, profession in Turkey.

Belarus Free Theatre: “Dictators are scared of a strong mutual position”

Belarus Free Theatre: “Dictators are scared of a strong mutual position”

Belarus Free Theatre have been using their creative and subversive art to protest the dictatorial rule of Aleksandr Lukashenko for over a decade.