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Campaigns and statements

Index joins new European Centre for Press and Media Freedom

Index joins new European Centre for Press and Media Freedom

Index on Censorship is delighted to announce it has joined the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom, launched this week in Leipzig, Germany, as a founder member

News and features

Letter: Academic freedom is under threat and needs urgent protection

Letter: Academic freedom is under threat and needs urgent protection

With threats ranging from "no-platforming", to governments trying to suppress critical voices, and corporate controls on research funding, academics and writers from across the world have signed Index's open letter on why academic freedom needs urgent protection

Events

23 July: Unsilencing Pakistan — a tribute to Sabeen Mahmud

23 July: Unsilencing Pakistan — a tribute to Sabeen Mahmud

Join in commemorating and celebrating an extraordinary woman who lost her life working fearlessly for free expression, human rights and social change

From the magazine

Fear of terror and offence pushing critical voices out of UK universities

Fear of terror and offence pushing critical voices out of UK universities

From a government crackdown on extremism to marketing departments' concerns over branding, lecturer Thomas Docherty looks at the threats to the tradition of free discussion on campus

Current issue: Fired, threatened, imprisoned

Summer 2015: Fired, threatened, imprisoned

What is the state of academic freedom in 2015? Index on Censorship magazine’s summer issue takes a global vantage point to explore all the current threats – governmental, economic and social – faced by students, teachers and academics. Also in this issue: Sir Harold Evans, AC Grayling, Tom Holland and Xinran present their free-speech heroes.

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