Reporting on how authoritarian states attack freedom of expression by dominating the media, preventing freedom of assembly, restricting online speech and imprisoning, attacking or even killing those who speak out.
Azerbaijani citizens are set to go to the polls this Sunday to vote for their representatives in 125 parliamentary districts, but this process will be far from democratic. This country has not held a democratic election for more than 20 years, and Azerbaijan’s parliament, the Milli Mejlis, is little more than a rubber-stamping body. These […]
To coincide with the launch of the Music In Exile Fund, here is our celebration outspoken music that has caused disapproval and indignation
When Angolan police raided the homes of a book group deemed a threat, they seized all papers from their homes, from university notebooks to a mother's magazines
Nine people have been arrested in Bahrain for "misusing social media", a charge which is punishable by a fine or up to two years in prison.
Belarusian authorities attempt to hide a financial crisis by silencing critical voices in a new clampdown on media.