Category : Turkey

Private lives

alt informationThe summer 2020 issue of Index on Censorship looks at the ways in which our privacy is being eroded in the battle against Covid-19

150 attacks on media freedom reported in 50 days

alt informationIn the 50 days since Index started tracking incidents where journalists have been attacked or stopped from reporting on Covid-19, we have reported on more than 150 incidents

Attacks on media in Europe must not become a new normal, report says

alt informationLaunch of the 2020 Annual Report by Index on Censorship and other partner organisations to the Council of Europe Platform to Promote the Protection of Journalism and Safety of Journalists

In emergencies we give away our essential freedoms lightly. Do we need to rethink?

alt informationAs governments look into contact tracing apps to identify and isolate people with coronavirus, Rachael Jolley discusses whether signing up to apps - and other actions we take online and off - make us complicit in giving away our freedoms

#IndexAwards20: Online ceremony reveals Freedom of Expression Awards winners

alt informationThe winners of the Freedom of Expression Awards 2020 include a Turkish lawyer, Bahraini activist and Russian artist, plus two organisations fighting for freedoms in Palestine and Poland

Turkish writers need to “hold people in power” to account

alt informationTurkish author and journalist Kaya Genç answers questions from the Index youth advisory board about watching his colleagues being silenced and how writers can challenge authority

Contents – Complicity: Why and when we chose to censor ourselves and give away our privacy

alt informationThe spring 2020 issue of the magazine looks at the different ways in which we as individuals might give away our own freedoms, whether we want to or not


alt informationThe spring 2020 issue of Index on Censorship looks at the ways in which we might choose to censor ourselves and give away our privacy

In the name of liberty…

alt informationEditor-in-chief Rachael Jolley argues in the winter 2019 issue of Index on Censorship magazine that a new generation of democratic leaders is actively eroding essential freedoms

Project Exile: Turkish journalist still fearful in Germany

alt informationTurkish journalist Zübeyde Sari began her career in 2009. By 2018, following President Erdogan's crack down on the media, she was forced to flee.

Contents: The Big Noise: How Macho Leaders Hide their Weakness by Stifling Dissent, Debate and Democracy

alt informationThe winter 2019 edition of Index on Censorship magazine looks at how the current macho world leaders are hiding their weaknesses by crushing dissent

The Big Noise

alt informationThe winter 2019 issue of Index on Censorship looks at how macho leaders are hiding their weakness by attacking our freedoms