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2/2015
Fired, threatened, imprisoned: is academic freedom being eroded?

Index on Censorship
 

Rachael Jolley
Editorial

Special Report

Fired, threatened, imprisoned: is academic freedom being eroded?
Kaya Genç
Silence on campus
How a Turkish historian got death threats for writing an exam question
Tatyana Malyarenko
Universities under fire in Ukraine's war
Why scholars are being divided into separatists and terrorists
Michael Foley
Industrious academics
Ireland's universities under commercial pressures
Mark Frary
Stifling freedom
One hundred years of attacks on US academic freedom
Martin Rowson
Stripsearch
Students gagged on graduation
Suhrith Parthasarathy
Ideas under review
How the Indian government is undermining universities' autonomy. Plus Meena Vari on artists under pressure
Natumanya Sarah, Ijeoma Idika-Chima, Sajiha Batool
Girls standing up for education
The struggles of female students in Uganda, Nigeria and Pakistan
Danger faced by African environmental journalists
Cristina Marconi
Litvinenko's legacy
Index talks to wife of killed Russian agent
Konstanty Gebert
God complex
Polish Catholic church's Winnie the Pooh crisis
Thomas Docherty
Duncan Tucker
Mexican stand-off
Academics and students facing death threats, harassment and beatings
Jemimah Steinfeld
Return of the Red Guards
The risks faced by students and teachers criticising the government line in China
Jodie Ginsberg
Global View
Measuring silenced voices

In Focus

Matthew Parris
Pride and principles
Former UK attorney general Dominic Grieve interviewed
Ken Saro-Wiwa Junior
A letter from Ken Saro-Wiwa
Nigerian activist's son reflects
Raymond Joseph
Hunt and trap
Natasha Joseph
Zuma calls media "unpatriotic"
South African journalism under pressure
Vicky Baker
Dangers of blogging in Bangladesh
Murders of writers continue
Samm Farai Monro
Comedy of terrors
Zimbabwean satirists challenge power
Miriam Mannak
Print under pressure

Culture

Hamid Ismailov
The pain of exile
Uzbek author's previously unpublished story
Musa Okwonga
Eye of the storm
British poet writes verses on academic freedom
Rafael Marques De Morais
The butterfly effect
Angola author reveals his little-known poems
Ak Welsapar
Listening to a beating heart
Exiled author publishes Love History
Aimée Hamilton
Index around the world
Update on Index on Censorship's work
Vicky Baker
Battle of the bots
Fake social media accounts on the attack
Difficulties facing the media in Botswana
Sir Harold Evans, Ac Grayling, Tom Holland, Xinran
On forgotten free-speech heroes
Writers nominate those who merit more credit
Emily Grannis, Michael Halpern
Head to head
Do taxpayers need to see academics' emails?


 

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