At it’s best, trolling is a form of satire. But those who reduce it to nasty and humourless online threats don’t deserve the title.
We, the undersigned organisations, write to you regarding the systematic targeting of journalists, human rights defenders and online activists by the Internal Security Service (ISS) in Oman.
We live in serious times, what with civil wars, US elections and the threat of Marmite rationing. But there’s always room in the news for outrage about a joke.
After 29 years of circulation, Himal Southasian, which claims to be the only analytical and regional news magazine for South Asia, will cease to publish as of November 2016.
On Monday 10 October, Belarus Free Theatre hosted Freedom of Expression in Ukraine, an event at the House of Commons in solidarity with Oleg Sentsov
Asena Günal, the program coordinator of Depo which is a center for arts and culture at Tophane, Istanbul, looks at how Turkey’s art community has come under increasing pressure in the past year
Museums are increasingly under pressure from funders, the press and donors to change their programming, displays and events. As part of the Museum Association’s annual conference Index on Censorship’s Julia Farrington will tale about Index’s guides for arts organisations dealing with controversial exhibitions.
On Thursday 6 October, human rights groups gathered outside the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office to hold a vigil for imprisoned Bahraini human rights advocate, Nabeel Rajab
Writing in the latest Index on Censorship magazine, fellow Russian journalist Andrey Arkhangelsky reflects on Anna Politkovskaya’s legacy
Bahrain’s judicial harassment of award-winning human rights defender must end