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Organisations and individuals from across the world took to the streets to celebrate the investigative journalist's birthday and call for the release of all political prisoners in Azerbaijan
One of Azerbaijan's most celebrated journalists, Ismayilova's investigative reports included, among other things, exposing Azerbaijan’s human rights abuses and the corruption involving the family of president Ilham Aliyev
Mapping Media Freedom launched to the public on 24 May 2014. Two years on, the platform has verified over 1,800 media violations
The Formula One Group leadership should urge the Azerbaijani government to release unjustly imprisoned activists and journalists ahead of the European Grand Prix
Khadija Ismayilova, one of Azerbaijan’s most celebrated journalists, will be given the opportunity to appeal against the decision by the Baku Court of Appeal to imprison her
The Sport for Rights coalition calls for the Azerbaijani authorities to take immediate and concrete steps to cease this persecution of the independent media, starting with the unconditional release of Khadija Ismayilova and Azerbaijan’s other political prisoners.
In a letter, writer Akram Aylisli writer asked the president of Azerbaijan to intervene and remove the criminal case against him.
The case against Azerbaijani writer Akram Aylisli, who previously faced charges of hooliganism after being detained at Baku Haydar Aliyev International Airport on 30 March
Index on Censorship strongly condemns the launch of a criminal investigation into online media outlet Meydan TV.
PEN International and Privacy International led 14 free expression and media freedom organisations, including Index on Censorship, in submitting an intervention today in the case of Azerbaijani journalist, Khadija Ismayilova before the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).
The Azerbaijani writer Akram Aylisli, who has written about massacres of Armenians, was prevented from travelling to an Italian literary festival last week
Azerbaijani writer Akram Aylisli discusses his detention at Baku's airport