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Europe was a bastion of hope for more than a million refugees last year. What brought them? A hunger for safety and security? Dreams of freedom?
What's great about the UK theatre industry today? How will the art and practice of theatre need to adapt to thrive in the next ten years?
The debate will start from a bird's eye view on the state of the art of journalism in Europe. Participants to the debate, including Index's advocacy officer Melody Patry
Join Index on Censorship at this year’s Hay Festival for a weekend of discussions about free speech, offence, Shakespeare and protest.
Join the uncensored edition of the Tehran Book Fair, featuring books from independent Iranian publishers and a talk on censorship in the Middle East
The Index on Censorship Magazine Big Debate: Does fiction have a stronger impact than journalism?
Join the Sport for Rights campaign in organising 40 protests to help mark the 40th birthday of Azerbaijani investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova
Join Index on Censorship in a day of solidarity, awareness and support for Palestinian-Syrian open access activist Bassel Khartabil
Join a group of concerned organisations to let the National Union of Students (NUS) and its affiliated Student Unions know that they must revise their policies.
Freedom of expression is a basic human right. But do we really have it? Where are you free to express what? A group of leading figures from the arts discuss this hot topic, not only relevant to the stage, but also in our everyday lives.
An Aleppo-based journalist training women to report on the crisis in war-torn Syria, an Indonesian comic who jokes about Islamic extremism and a 19-year old campaigner against repression in Eritrea are among those shortlisted for the 2016 Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards
On the 5th anniversary of the 2011 Bahrain uprising, reform has stalled and human rights abuses have continued to be systemic and widespread. With the region in turmoil and abuses on the rise, has the UK’s reform assistance achieved its stated objectives?