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Risks, rights and reputations: challenging a risk averse culture

alt informationThis vital half-day training for CEOs and chairs of trustees supports arts and cultural organisations to handle difficult subjects and sensitive stories to deliver the best work possible

Risks, rights and reputations: challenging a risk averse culture

alt informationThis vital half-day training for CEOs and chairs of trustees supports arts and cultural organisations to handle difficult subjects and sensitive stories to deliver the best work possible

Index at Arts Rights Justice Forum 2017

alt informationJulia Farrington, associate arts producer at Index on Censorship, will be participating in the 2017 Arts Rights Justice Forum at the University of Hildesheim.

Julia Farrington talks art and censorship

alt informationJulia Farrington, associate arts producer at Index on Censorship, will discuss art and censorship at Hackney Wick at the independent bar and creative space Grow.

19 Oct: How does a climate of censorship affect art?

alt informationHow does censorship affect the language of the body? Are there things we cannot say, even when not using language?

Julia Farrington: Tackling self-censorship in the arts community

alt informationTo fully participate in society and to create art that calls power to account, the arts community needs to continue to identify, analyse and tackle the causes of self-censorship

12 May: Theatre UK 2016 conference

alt informationWhat's great about the UK theatre industry today? How will the art and practice of theatre need to adapt to thrive in the next ten years?

Julia Farrington: Pre-emptive censorship by the police is a clear infringement of civil liberties

alt informationIn 1972, Michael Scammell, first editor of Index on Censorship magazine wrote in the first edition - “Freedom of expression is not self-perpetuating, but needs to be maintained by the constant vigilance of those who care about it.” We obviously haven’t been very vigilant here in the UK

8 Oct: The elephant in the room: parallels between Martyr and Homegrown

alt informationJoin Index on Censorship, Actors Touring Company and the Unicorn Theatre for an evening of theatre and debate on Thursday 8 Oct at 7pm.

6 June: Artistic censorship in repressive regimes

alt informationA panel discussion exploring different aspects of freedom of expression in repressive regimes

Julia Farrington: The Barbican, Exhibit B and “progress zero”

alt informationIndex on Censorship's associate arts producer explores the issues around the Barbican's presentation of Exhibit B, a work by Brett Bailey.

Burma: The art of transition

alt informationThe Art of Transition Symposium in Yangon was a significant event in the unfolding drive towards democracy in Burma, providing a public platform to discuss how changing political and social conditions are affecting artistic freedoms.