Category : Ukraine

Bunker Cabaret: From the bomb shelters of Kyiv to Somerset House

alt informationUkranian collective explores the making of art in time of war

The fates of Ukraine and Belarus are intertwined

alt informationA year on from the invasion of neighbouring Ukraine, the stakes in Belarus have never been higher

Do Chechens really support Putin’s war in Ukraine?

alt informationRussia’s aggression towards Ukraine mirrors the two bloody wars for independence in Chechnya. But those speaking out publicly against Ramzan Kadyrov’s pro-Putin policies are being harshly silenced

New play gives a voice to the forgotten Crimean Tatars

alt informationThe powerful work tells the stories of indigenous Tatar dissidents and their families on the Russian-occupied peninsula

Erasure of Ukrainian culture is an abuse of human rights

alt informationNew report documents the taking of 4,000 cultural heritage sites into Russian “protection” and detention of writers and artists

A year in freedom of expression

alt informationOur CEO Ruth Anderson reflects on the events of the past 12 months, yet another year of challenges to human rights around the world

What Russia’s children think about the war in Ukraine

alt informationSince the end of February, author Yulia Yakovleva has interviewed children aged five to seventeen. Their testimonies are invaluable

Winners of Index’s 2022 Freedom of Expression Awards announced

alt informationThe “bravery and brilliance” of free expression champions from China, Cuba, Russia and Ukraine celebrated at annual awards

Trustee’s Award 2022

alt informationAndrey Kurkov is the winner in the 2022 Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards Trustees Award category