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Belarus Free Theatre: “Dictators are scared of a strong mutual position”

Belarus Free Theatre: “Dictators are scared of a strong mutual position”

Belarus Free Theatre have been using their creative and subversive art to protest the dictatorial rule of Aleksandr Lukashenko for over a decade.

Russia: Journalists and activists end up targeted for revealing business corruption

Russia: Journalists and activists end up targeted for revealing business corruption

Mapping Media Freedom correspondent Andrey Kalikh explores what happens when journalists or activists reveal close relationships between Russia's businesses and government

Mapping Media Freedom: Week in focus

Mapping Media Freedom: Week in focus

Each week, Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom project verifies threats, violations and limitations faced by the media throughout the European

April was busiest month on record for Mapping Media Freedom

April was busiest month on record for Mapping Media Freedom

April 2016 was the busiest month for Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom since the project began in May 2014

Mapping Media Freedom: Week in focus

Mapping Media Freedom: Week in focus

Each week, Mapping Media Freedom project verifies violations against the media. Here are five reports that give us cause for concern

Index on Censorship Youth Advisory Board: January to June 2016

Index on Censorship Youth Advisory Board: January to June 2016

Index on Censorship recently appointed a new youth advisory board who attend monthly online meetings to discuss current freedom of expression issues and complete related tasks.

Russia: Media freedom curtailed under veneer of legality

Russia: Media freedom curtailed under veneer of legality

Russia's media freedom has declined under the government of Vladimir Putin. The president and his allies have used a cloak of legislative legitimacy to target

The Russia-Turkey crisis is feeding a new propaganda war between the countries

The Russia-Turkey crisis is feeding a new propaganda war between the countries

Before 24 November, Turkey was described in Russian news reports as a reliable partner in ambitious projects, a source of fruits and

“Fear peninsula”: How Russia closed down media freedom in Crimea

“Fear peninsula”: How Russia closed down media freedom in Crimea

Mapping Media Freedom correspondent Tetiana Pechonchyk outlines the ways Russia has curtailed press freedom in Crimea

Russia: Media freedom NGO faces closure

Russia: Media freedom NGO faces closure

The Russian Ministry of Justice has added Glasnost Defence Foundation (GDF) to the list of NGOs it considers foreign agents

Russia: Blasphemy law has aided the growth of religious censorship

Russia: Blasphemy law has aided the growth of religious censorship

Since the amended blasphemy law came into force in July 2013, Russian journalists have faced a growth of religious censorship

Russia’s regional media: Cowed, controlled and silenced

Russia’s regional media: Cowed, controlled and silenced

When the Tomsk-based station TV-2 ceased broadcasting earlier this year, Siberia lost one of its few independent stations

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