Category : Student Reading Lists
Andrew Graham-Yooll on Argentina
Andrew Graham-Yooll served as editor for the Index on Censorship magazine from 1989-1994. To honour his memory, Index features some highlights of his writing for the magazine about his home country Argentina
Thirty years on: the Salman Rushdie fatwa revisited
Thirty years after a fatwa was issued ordering Muslims to execute author Salman Rushdie over the publication of The Satanic Verses, Index publishes a collection of writing on the implications for free expression and censorship
Student reading list: Art and protest
Art has been used as a form of protest during times of crisis throughout history. It is a popular and, at times, effective platform to express opinions about societal problems
China and censorship
Index on Censorship magazine Index has compiled a reading list of articles from the magazine archives covering censorship In China.
Attacks on Mexican journalists
For years, Index on Censorship has covered stories of violence against the media in Mexico. In the first six months of 2017, seven journalists have been killed.
Charlie Hebdo: Two years on
On 7 January 2015, two gunmen entered the offices of Charlie Hebdo and murdered 12 people, including most of the senior editorial staff. The attack was in reprisal for the satirical magazine's publishing cartoons of the prophet Mohammed.