Tag Archives: Index on Censorship

Minsk 2011

“Harrowing” and “intense” are not words you would usually use to describe a good evening, but Minsk 2011 is the exception. As disturbing as many of the scenes undeniably are, one can’t help but think this brave young company is … Continue reading

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World within World: Stephen Spender 05.07.2011

Last night, the Free Word Centre hosted a discussion of the life and work of Stephen Spender, one of the founders of Index on Censorship magazine. The event was organised jointly by Index on Censorship and English PEN. The panel … Continue reading

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Injunctions are a necessary evil: Privacy, free speech and a feral press

Last night’s debate at the LSE was the perfect event to launch the latest issue of the Index on Censorship magazine, “Privacy is dead! Long live privacy.” Impeccably hosted by the magazine’s editor, Jo Glanville, the illustrious panel consisted of … Continue reading

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Driven Out: Journalists and Exile

English PEN collaborated with Index on Censorship and the Committee to Protect Journalists to host this illuminating panel discussion. Marking the tenth official World Refugee Day, the conversation was focused on the plight of exiled journalists. Alongside the chair, Rohan … Continue reading

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