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As demonstrations against corruption and the failure to provide basic services sweep Lebanon, we look at how authorities deal with mass protests around the world.
Freelance journalist Ahmed Mukhtar was detained at 7pm Friday 18 September in Azerbaijan
Index on Censorship condemns Azerbaijan's pressure on independent media
Join Index on Censorship, Actors Touring Company and the Unicorn Theatre for an evening of theatre and debate on Thursday 8 Oct at 7pm.
Mapping Media Freedom correspondent Ilcho Cvetanoski reports on journalist safety in the Balkans
Over a month after the Berlin-based blog Netzpolitik.org was charged with treason for publishing leaked government documents, details are trickling out about the extent German authorities went to in order to build a case against the journalists running the website.
The National Youth Theatre’s decision to commission Homegrown was born out of a proven track record of commissioning and producing work with young people, some as young as 14, that tackles challenging subjects and pushes artistic boundaries.
This statement is in response to an email sent by Paul Roseby, Artistic Director of The National Youth Theatre (NYT) to The Arts Council of England (ACE), in which our play, Homegrown, and its creative team were labelled as “extremist”. The creative team did not have an “extremist agenda”, they
The creative team behind Homegrown responds to the latest developments.
Index condemns decision by Turkish prosecutors to charge Yavuz Baydar for "insulting" Turkish president
The release of Vice News journalists Jake Hanrahan and Philip Pendlebury, who are British, is welcome news. However, Mohammed Ismael Rasool, an Iraqi colleague who had been acting as a translator and fixer, remains in detention.
English PEN, PEN American Center, PEN International and Index on Censorship are relieved that VICE News journalists Jake Hanrahan and Philip Pendlebury have been released after six days in detention