One year on from the 2022 World Cup, improvements to human rights in Qatar have yet to materialise
Our CEO Ruth Anderson reflects on the events of the past 12 months, yet another year of challenges to human rights around the world
Choose from our shortlist of 12 despots and vote on who you think has done most to crack down on freedom of expression this year
The atrocious worker conditions and contempt for basic human rights in Qatar have certainly been on our minds over the last year. However,...
The autumn issue of Index takes as its central theme the FIFA World Cup that will take place in Qatar in November and December 2022. A country where...
Meet the three shortlisted journalists for this year’s award
Meet the three shortlisted campaigners and campaign groups for this year’s award
“I face probably a life sentence or maybe even worse. The idea of not being able to go back to your own country…is just heartbreaking.”
A debate at the Frontline Club last night on the future of Al Jazeera, following recent calls for the network to be shuttered by a group of seven Arab countries, did not go to plan
The call by four Arab states — UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Egypt — for Qatar to close news network Al Jazeera is clearly motivated by a desire to control the media in the region.