Index on Censorship » Events https://www.indexoncensorship.org the voice of free expression Thu, 30 Jul 2015 14:43:45 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=497 the voice of free expression Index on Censorship no the voice of free expression Index on Censorship » Events http://www.indexoncensorship.org/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/Free_Speech_Bites_Logo.jpg https://www.indexoncensorship.org/category/events/ 27 Aug: The Revolution Will Be Televised & Zambezi News https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/07/27-august-the-revolution-will-be-televised-zambezi-news/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/07/27-august-the-revolution-will-be-televised-zambezi-news/#comments Wed, 29 Jul 2015 23:56:32 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=68300 The Bafta-winning duo Heydon Prowse and Joylon Rubenstein, of BBC3’s comedy series The Revolution Will Be Televised are joining their award-winning Zimbabwean counterparts Zambezi News for a very special one-off show at The Comedy Café Theatre, London.

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The Bafta-winning duo Heydon Prowse and Jolyon Rubenstein, of BBC3’s comedy series The Revolution Will Be Televised are joining their award-winning Zimbabwean counterparts Zambezi News for a very special one-off show at The Comedy Café Theatre, London.

Featuring Zambezi News Live – a 30 minute satirical sketch performance from Comrade Fatso, Outspoken and Michael K that hilariously tackles issues from race to sex, politics to sport and hip-hop to land reform.

The Zimbabweans will then be joined onstage by Heydon and Jolyon to share stories, swap jokes and explore experiences of censorship and free speech on both sides of the Sahara.

When: Thursday 27th August, 8.00pm
Where: The Comedy Cafe, 68 Rivington St, Shoreditch, London, SE2 (Map/directions)
Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door. Book here.

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Presented in partnership with The Comedy Cafe Theatre

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9 Aug: Drawing Fire at Wilderness Festival https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/07/09-august-drawing-fire/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/07/09-august-drawing-fire/#comments Wed, 29 Jul 2015 23:24:39 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=68280 Leading cartoonists step into the ring with heavyweight commentators for a quick-thinking, rapid-fire, free speech fight club: should anything should be off limits for the satirist?

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Secret Forum at Wilderness Festival

Leading cartoonists step into the ring with heavyweight commentators for a quick-thinking, rapid-fire, free speech fight club: should anything be off limits for cartoonists?

Featuring:

  • Dave Brown (the Independent)
  • Tayo (Nigeria)
  • David Aaronovitch (The Times)
  • Shelina Janmohamed (Love In A Headscarf)

 

When: Sunday 9th August, 4.30pm
Where: Secret Forum, Wilderness Festival, Oxfordshire (Map/directions)
Tickets: available via Wilderness Festival

 

Presented in partnership with Sunday Papers Live 
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To 1 Aug: Road Block – Reflections on Bahrain (Partner Event) https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/07/to-01-08-road-block-reflections-on-bahrain-partner-event/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/07/to-01-08-road-block-reflections-on-bahrain-partner-event/#comments Wed, 29 Jul 2015 22:45:16 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=68272 An art installation and photography exhibition from artists working on the ground in Bahrain, part of Shubbak Festival 2015.

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The Road Bloc Collective are a group of artists and activists who explore how power inscribes itself in urban space through architecture and images.

As parts of Bahrain transform into territories of dissent, where roundabouts become ‘squares’ and spaces for political speech and action, graffiti is visible like never before and road blocks and marches are part of everyday life – the scenography and spectacle of revolution.

Featuring photography, sound works and installation, Road Block enacts the ongoing battle for space and claims for ‘the right to the city’, that provoke and challenge us to reconsider the relationship that we have to space and power.

 

When: 9 July  – 1 August, daily 10am to 11pm.
Where: Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London, E1 6LA (Map/directions)
Tickets: Free

 

Presented in partnership with the Road Bloc Collective as part of Shubbak Festival 

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#UnsilencingPakistan: A tribute to Sabeen Mahmud https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/07/unsilencingpakistan-tribute-sabeen-mahmud/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/07/unsilencingpakistan-tribute-sabeen-mahmud/#comments Fri, 24 Jul 2015 13:48:54 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=68140 “Tonight, please don’t forget to laugh and dream out loud, that would be the best tribute you could pay to Sabeen”, said Mahenaz Mahmud via video at Unsilencing Pakistan, a Thursday 23 July event co-hosted by Index on Censorship at London’s Conway Hall.

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Sabeen Mahmud was killed on 24 April 2015. (Image courtesy Qismat Foundation)

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“Tonight, please don’t forget to laugh and dream out loud, that would be the best tribute you could pay to Sabeen”, said Mahenaz Mahmud via video at Unsilencing Pakistan, an event co-hosted by Index on Censorship at London’s Conway Hall on Thursday 23 July.

Three months earlier, Mahenaz’s daughter Sabeen Mahmud was killed by gunmen. On 24 April 2015, travelling home from hosting a panel discussion about the missing people of Balochistan two men on motorbikes surrounded the car and opened fire. Mother survived, daughter didn’t.

Sabeen Mahmud had been a prominent ‘social activist’ and human rights advocate including founding The Second Floor, a cafe dedicated to being a safe space for community discussion. Three months on from her murder, the London event was a tribute to a woman described by so many as an inspiration, a fantastic listener and a champion of free speech and freedom of expression.

Hosted by comedian Aatif Nawaz, the evening was a celebration of Mahmud’s life and Pakistani culture. Multiple speakers, many of whom knew Mahmud well, shared their thoughts on her work and the issues she confronted as she worked to encourage greater openness in Pakistan.

The event began with the trailer from forthcoming documentary Silencing Sabeen, a look back on the life and tragic death of a woman loved by so many. All of those who were close to Mahmud showered praise upon her and told anecdotes of a woman dedicated to the cause of free expression. BBC journalist Ziad Zafar, founder of Pakistan for All and a member of the newly launched Sabeen Mahmud Foundation’s board, said: “She was at the forefront of every progressive movement that has taken precedence in Pakistan in the last decade”. Dr Ayesha Siddiqa from the University of Oxford, who had met Sabeen on a number of occasions, said: “Conversation doesn’t weaken Pakistan. Sabeen knew that to free Pakistan, you need to unsilence it.”

Ali Dayan Hasan, a Pakistani human rights activist, knew Mahmud as a child and watched her grow into a beautiful woman. Of Karachi, her beloved birthplace, he said: “Her life, her achievement, her death is all quintessentially about the city that she came from”.

Childhood friend and Index on Censorship magazine contributor Kamila Shamsie described their blossoming friendship from the moment they met at Kindergarten. She had recently asked friends and colleagues of Sabeen to send her written praise of their late friend. One said: “Her passion was contagious,” while another said: “Sabeen would never have kept the spoils of victory, even if she had fought alone.”

The evening’s speakers also explored the state of Pakistan’s democracy and numerous attacks on free speech in recent times. Tehmina Kazi from British Muslims for Secular Democracy warned that “universal human rights have been tossed aside and been replaced by cultural relativism. The very people who need to have their eyes wide open have their eyes wide shut”.

Shaan Taseer of Pakistan For All, whose father Salmaan was murdered for his opposition to Pakistan’s blasphemy law, spoke forcefully about standing up to nationalist and religious figures like Abdul Aziz.

The New York Times Pakistan Bureau Chief Declan Walsh, who now operates from London after having his visa cancelled by Pakistani authorities, spoke of how, on first arriving in Pakistan in 2004, he was struck by the vibrancy and free speech of the press even though at the time it was under military rule. He called Mahmud’s murder a “very dark watershed in the decline of free speech in Pakistan in the last ten years.”

Jodie Ginsberg, CEO of Index on Censorship, said: “It takes bravery to be a dissenter at any time but it takes a special kind of courage to stick your head above the parapet in times of danger.”

Other speakers on the night included Annie Zaman from Bytes For All and Suniya Qureshi of the Qismat Foundation.

Paying tribute to Mahmud’s passion for the Art, and T2F’s ongoing role as a gallery and performance space, Pakistani singers and dancers including Kali Chandrasegaram, Hyder Cheema and Ustad Roshan Abbas Khan were also on the programme. In a fitting nod to Mahmud’s well known support for young people and future generations, three students from City and Islington Sixth Form College were also invited, bringing diversity to the bill.

Co-organisers of the event, Yasmin Whittaker-Khan and Anneqa Malik thanked the audience and Index on Censorship, encouraging action to prevent more tragedies like Mahmud’s.

Malik, a personal friend of Mahmud’s, implored people to take personal responsibility for drawing people’s attention to the plights of those in Pakistan themselves rather than shouldering it on to others. She said: “Please don’t let them silence us. Please don’t let them silence Sabeen.”

This article was posted on 24 July 2015 at indexoncensorship.org

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23 July: Unsilencing Pakistan — a tribute to Sabeen Mahmud https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/23-july-unsilencing-pakistan-a-tribute-to-sabeen-mahmud-partner-event/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/23-july-unsilencing-pakistan-a-tribute-to-sabeen-mahmud-partner-event/#comments Mon, 22 Jun 2015 16:50:47 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=67136 Join in commemorating and celebrating an extraordinary woman who lost her life working fearlessly for free expression, human rights and social change

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In May 2007 Sabeen Mahmud founded The Second Floor (now known as T2F), a coffee house and “community space for open dialogue” in Karachi, Pakistan.

In April 2015, Mahmud was shot dead by unidentified gunmen. Travelling home after hosting a panel discussion on the missing people of Balochistan, a poor but resource rich province of Pakistan, armed motorcyclists surrounded her car and opened fire.

Three months after this brutal act, Index on Censorship are working together with Yasmin Whittaker-Khan, Anneqa Malik and the Sabeen Mahmud Foundation to commemorate and celebrate an extraordinary woman.

Featuring prominent speakers alongside live art, music, poetry and Pakistani food.

Hosted by British-Pakistani stand-up comedian and TV presenter Aatif Nawaz. With:

  • Ali Dayan Hasan, Pakistani human rights activist
  • Annie Zaman, Bytes for All
  • Declan Walsh, New York Times
  • Dr Ayesha Siddiqa, University of Oxford
  • Jodie Ginsberg, Index on Censorship
  • Kali Chandrasegaram, classical dancer
  • Hyder Cheema, musician
  • Kamila Shamsie, novelist
  • Omer Tariq, DJ
  • Shaan Taseer, Pakistan for All (and son of late Salman Taseer)
  • Sonia Metha, singer
  • Students from City And Islington Sixth Form College
  • Suniya Qureshi, Qismat Foundation
  • Tehmina Kazi, British Muslims for Secular Democracy
  • Ustad Roshan Abbas Khan, musician
  • Yasmin Whittaker-Khan, playwright
  • Ziad Zafar, Sabeen Mahmud Foundation

When: Thursday 23 July, 7:00pm
Where: Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL (Map/directions)
Tickets: Free, book here

Presented in partnership with Conway Hall Ethical Society and the Sabeen Mahmud Foundation

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Podcast: Are religious freedom and free speech intertwined? https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/are-religious-freedom-and-free-speech-intertwined-podcast-from-index-at-leeds-big-bookend-festival/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/are-religious-freedom-and-free-speech-intertwined-podcast-from-index-at-leeds-big-bookend-festival/#comments Wed, 17 Jun 2015 16:53:18 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=66936 Index on Censorship magazine editor Rachael Jolley chairs a panel of assistant features editor at the Yorkshire Evening post Chris Bond, imam Qari Muhammad Asim MBE and author Anthony Clavane

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Does freedom of religion and freedom of speech come as a package or can you pick and choose? Do those suggesting freedom of expression should be “civilised” and that we should be wary of causing offence to people’s religious sensibilities have a point? Or are there too many people who are easily offended? Are our attempts to be polite actually significant obstructions to the discussion of important issues? These were just some of the questions tackled at “The new civility: are religious freedom and freedom of speech intertwined?” the 10 June event organised as part of the Leeds Big Bookend festival.

Chaired by Index on Censorship magazine editor Rachael Jolley, the panel was made up of assistant features editor at the Yorkshire Evening post Chris Bond, local imam Qari Muhammad Asim MBE and author Anthony Clavane.

In the past, people who have argued for greater religious freedom have also fought for greater freedom of speech, but the debate looked to address the idea that this connection has become somewhat lost. It sprang from the Spring 2015 issue of Index on Censorship, where writers from across the world, including Elif Safak and Ariel Dorfman, provided thoughtful analysis of the aftermath of Charlie Hebdo killings.

The debate threw up some fascinating themes and the panel were observed and questioned by an enthusiastic audience at Waterstones, Leeds. A full recording of the event in the form of a podcast can be listened to below.

The new civility: are religious freedom and freedom of speech intertwined? by Tttdebates on Mixcloud

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30 July: Stand Up for Satire in support of Index on Censorship https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/30-july-stand-up-for-satire-in-support-of-index-on-censorship/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/30-july-stand-up-for-satire-in-support-of-index-on-censorship/#comments Wed, 10 Jun 2015 08:30:04 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=66690 Join stand-up star Al Murray the Pub Landlord and outspoken friends for a top night of comedy in support of Index on Censorship

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30 July: Stand Up for Satire in support of Index on Censorship

Join stand-up star Al Murray the Pub Landlord and outspoken friends for a top night of comedy in support of international freedom of expression charity Index on Censorship.

With a stellar line-up including the “foully inventive” Frankie Boyle, “razor sharp” Shappi Khorsandi, “truly inspired” Doc Brown, “smart and very funny” Kerry Godliman, “unpredictable” Andrew Maxwell and “delightfully quirky” Grainne Maguire.

Index on Censorship has long championed comedians, cartoonists and others facing threats of persecution, violence and even death. Index provides a platform for the censored to be read, seen and heard – promoting and defending the right to free speech globally. All proceeds from the event will go to support this work.

Satire is a powerful weapon that must be used wisely as anyone who wrote jokes about David Cameron for the last five years can attest. It’s great to be able to help Index do their bit in keeping freedom of expression alive in the UK.” – Al Murray

WHERE: Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, Islington, N1 2UN (Map)
WHEN: 30 July 7:30pm (Doors 6:30pm)
TICKETS: £40 VIP*, £20 general, £15 concessions – limited availability book now
*includes premium seating and exclusive drinks reception with VIP guests


Tickets are now sold out

Affectionate, double-edged satire that feels as fresh as ever.”
The Telegraph on Al Murray

black-hearted brilliance… the chance to see him at close quarters is not to be missed.”
The Guardian on Frankie Boyle

Don’t be fooled by her innocent looks, she packs a deceptively powerful punch.”
Evening Standard on Shappi Khorsandi

Sharp punch lines, imaginative devices and knows more than a thing or two about timing.”
Metro on Doc Brown

Goes for the jugular, quick wit, frank and engaging.”
The Independent on Kerry Godliman

Infuriatingly excellent…he delivers a superb set.”
The Sunday Times on Andrew Maxwell

Highly promising, delightfully quirky – has a big future ahead of her.”
Time Out on Grainne Maguire

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1 July: Silenced on campus: are our universities safe-guarding free expression? https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/1-july-silenced-on-campus-are-our-universities-safe-guarding-free-expression/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/1-july-silenced-on-campus-are-our-universities-safe-guarding-free-expression/#comments Fri, 05 Jun 2015 16:10:02 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=66586 Education, the beginning of some many roads. But if we start closing some of those avenues down, arguing that they are too dangerous or challenging, do we begin to travel in a terrifying direction?

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Education, the beginning of so many roads. But if we start closing some of those avenues down, arguing they are too dangerous or challenging, do we begin to travel in a terrifying direction?

From no-platform policies to campus extremism, and student sit-ins to the correct balance between safety and liberty, join us to explore the global situation for freedom of expression on campus.

Come to our lively Question Time-style discussion, chaired by Index on Censorship’s CEO Jodie Ginsberg and introduced by magazine editor Rachael Jolley.

With speakers including:

  • Nicola Dandridge, chief executive, Universities UK
  • Greg Lukianoff, president and chief executive, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, USA
  • Lord Ken Macdonald, barrister, former director of public prosecution, and warden, Wadham College, Oxford
  • Julie Bindel, journalist, broadcaster, author and feminist campaigner
  • Siana Bangura, blogger, writer, spoken word poet

Followed by a summer drinks reception.

 

When: Wednesday 1 July, 6:30-7:30pm event, followed by drinks reception
Where: Clore Centre, Birkbeck College, University of London, WC1E 7HX (Map/directions)
Tickets: Free, registration is required as space is limited.

 

Presented in conjunction with The Conversation, SAGE Publishing and Arts Council England.

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29 June: Legal protections for journalists worldwide? (Partner event) https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/29-june-legal-protections-for-journalists-partner-event/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/29-june-legal-protections-for-journalists-partner-event/#comments Thu, 04 Jun 2015 11:00:55 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=67189 Six months after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, journalists face more threats than ever before, from harassment to imprisonment to murder – since the beginning of the year, 50 journalists have been killed. While some countries, like Norway, have scrapped blasphemy laws to strongly assert freedom of speech, others such as the UK are […]

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Six months after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, journalists face more threats than ever before, from harassment to imprisonment to murder – since the beginning of the year, 50 journalists have been killed.

While some countries, like Norway, have scrapped blasphemy laws to strongly assert freedom of speech, others such as the UK are increasing state surveillance and censorship to “protect citizens from violence”. How can international law protect journalists in this challenging and unique context? Is it possible to strike a balance between security concerns and freedom of expression? Is the right to free speech an absolute one?

Join the Thomson Reuters Foundation, Reporters Without Borders and Paul Hastings LLP for a panel debate featuring:

  • John Lloyd,  Reuters Institute and Financial Times
  • Prof Timothy Garton Ash, Oxford University
  • Sylvie Kauffmann, Le Monde
  • William Bourdon, Paris Bar and Association Sherpa
  • Jodie Ginsberg, Index on Censorship

When: Monday 29 June, 6:00pm (followed by drinks reception & canapés)
Where: Edelman, London, SW1E 6QT (Map/directions)
Tickets: Free, book here

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16 June: Can liberty survive in the information age? (partner event) https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/june-16-can-liberty-survive-in-the-information-age/ https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2015/06/june-16-can-liberty-survive-in-the-information-age/#comments Thu, 04 Jun 2015 08:27:09 +0000 https://www.indexoncensorship.org/?p=66884 King's College hosts Alan Turing debate to mark 500th anniversary of King's Chapel

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To mark the 500th anniversary of King’s College Chapel in Cambridge, the King’s Politics Society is hosting two events to celebrate the college’s legacy and its alumni – in particular, computer scientist and WWII code-breaker Alan Turing, and pioneering economist John Maynard Keynes.

Index is delighted to be taking part in the first of these debates, asking: can liberty survive in the information age?

Speakers include:

Baron Rees of Ludlow – UK Astronomer Royal
Charles Clarke – Former Home Secretary and Labour MP
Eben Upton – Co-Founder of the Raspberry Pi, which has sold over 5 million units across the world, making it the fastest-selling British personal computer
Jodie Ginsberg – Chief Executive of Index on Censorship

When: Tuesday June 16, 7.30pm
Where: King’s College Chapel, Cambridge
Tickets via The King’s Politics Society

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