Category : Events

Banned by Beijing: Is China Censoring Europe?

alt informationRachel Long, Elif Shafak and Jacqueline Woodson explore what ‘freedom’ means in the culture of traditional publishing. Chaired by Urvashi Butalia and part of Banned Books Week

Don’t SLAPP the Messenger

alt informationRachel Long, Elif Shafak and Jacqueline Woodson explore what ‘freedom’ means in the culture of traditional publishing. Chaired by Urvashi Butalia and part of Banned Books Week

Protest & Repression Around the Globe: A roundtable discussion on Hong Kong, Thailand, Russia and Belarus

alt informationRachel Long, Elif Shafak and Jacqueline Woodson explore what ‘freedom’ means in the culture of traditional publishing. Chaired by Urvashi Butalia and part of Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week: Whose Voices Are Still Being Censored?

alt informationSharmaine Lovegrove leads a panel discussion taking stock of the commitments to inclusion and representation that have been made in publishing in recent months. This event is part of Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week: Resisting Self-Censorship

alt informationRachel Long, Elif Shafak and Jacqueline Woodson explore what ‘freedom’ means in the culture of traditional publishing. Chaired by Urvashi Butalia and part of Banned Books Week

A Czech Dreambook: Dissent as an Everyday Experience

alt informationJoin us for an evening discussing the Czech banned writer Ludvík Vaculík's compelling portrait of dissident life

Essex Book Festival: The power of protest: Where should we draw the line?

alt informationJoin Observer columnist Kenan Malik, legendary LGBT campaigner Peter Tatchell and artist Stella Odulami for a debate on whether we should stand up for the right to protest. Chaired by Index on Censorship editor-in-chief Rachael Jolley.

This Week at Index: Join our magazine launch party in London

alt informationShake off the post New Year blues with drinks, snacks and debate at our winter magazine launch on the theme of macho leaders and their attempts to silence freedom of expression, on Wednesday 15 January at Google HQ.