ISSUE: VOLUME 46.04 WINTER 2017
What price protest?

How the right of assembly is under threat

The winter 2017 Index on Censorship magazine explores 1968 - the year the world took to the streets - to discover whether our rights to protest are endangered today.

Micah White proposes a novel way for protest to remain relevant. Author and journalist Robert McCrum revisits the Prague Spring to ask whether it is still remembered. Award-winning author Ariel Dorfman's new short story -- Shakespeare, Cervantes and spies -- has it all. Anuradha Roy writes that tired of being harassed and treated as second class citizens, Indian women are taking to the streets.

Editorial: Poor excuses for not protecting protest | Full contents

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Ariel Dorfman
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Anuradha Roy
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Micah White
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