Index joins call for improved media safety on sixth anniversary of investigative journalist’s murder
CATEGORY: Media Freedom
Former President threatens to cancel the licences of media outlets he perceives to be critical of him should he be reelected in 2024
The Brand allegations highlight how British courts can be used by the rich and powerful to silence the victims of sexual assault
Over 60 editors, journalists, writers, publishers and experts call on the UK Government to commit to a standalone anti-SLAPP law
The UK Anti-SLAPP Coalition, of which Index is a co-chair, has co-ordinated and sent a letter to the Government ahead of the King’s Speech on 7 November
Under fire from organised crime and from the government, reporters working in Mexico have been subject to nearly 700 attacks in the past calendar year. We speak to the journalists for whom these stats are a daily reality
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The chair of the Belarusian Association of Journalists says reporting is harder than ever because of government crackdowns and war in neighbouring Ukraine
Palestinian reporter Shireen Abu Akleh becomes the 17th journalist to be killed while doing her job this year
Alert filed with Council of Europe over key media being unable to hold Priti Patel to account as she announces migrant plan
The latest annual report from the Council of Europe safety of journalists platform makes for worrying reading on media freedom
Media freedom is under threat worldwide. Journalists are threatened, jailed and even killed simply for doing their job.
Index on Censorship documents threats to media freedom in Europe via a unique monitoring project and campaigns against laws that stifle journalists’ work. We also publish an award-winning magazine featuring work by and about censored journalists. Learn more.