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Matt Brown spent July to December 2015 on the Index on Censorship Youth Advisory Board. He has written a post to tell us about his time on the board. For the last 6 months, I have worked for the Index on Censorship’s Youth Advisory Board. The board consists of young
Judge Liam McNally's decision to allow the unpleasant Pastor James McConnell walk free is a little triumph for free speech
Two Italian journalists are being prosecuted by The Vatican for revealing confidential information and could face up to eight years in prison
Journalists of the Bulgarian investigative news website Bivol.bg are facing an orchestrated smear campaign that's unusual even for Bulgaria
To highlight the most pressing concerns for press freedom in Europe, Index's Mapping Media Freedom correspondents discuss the violations the stood out most
On the anniversary of the brutal attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo we, the undersigned, reaffirm our commitment to the defence of the right to freedom of expression
Threats against freedom of expression come in all shapes and sizes. We need to stand up to the bullies together.
In November, a Belgrade tabloid began targeting independent media outlets by labelling them as "foreign spies".
RTR Planeta, a Russian language channel broadcasting in Lithuania, has repeatedly run into conflict with the country's television regulator.
Coalition urges Polish authorities to resist any temptation to strengthen political control over the media.
Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum is in the process of removing terms visitors may find offensive
In late November 2014, Estonia’s parliament made a historic decision to launch a Russian-language TV-channel as part of ERR, Estonia’s public broadcaster. A year later the channel is a reality: ETV+, ERR’s third channel debuted on 28 September. The launch passed quite quietly, compared to the reaction that greeted the