A new, multi-lingual resource for journalists and readers from 'Index on Censorship'
Eurozine partner journal Index on Censorship has launched a new resource, Journalists’ Toolbox, bringing together a collection of articles from Index correspondents that provide advice and knowledge to other reporters, and information about their work. Index is publishing the articles in three languages – Spanish, Russian and Arabic – as part of its wider mission to support those struggling against censorship and authoritarian control.
Eurozine is pleased to republish a selection of four translated articles, in multiple languages:
There’s nothing new about fake news
While Americans might be getting to grips with ‘fake news’, Belarusians have been dealing with these kinds of tactics for years, writes Andrei Aliaksandrau.
See no evil
A backlash against reporters covering Chechnya’s persecution of gay men highlights the dangers of getting truth out in this corrupt state. A Chechen journalist speaks out about the challenges.
Living in limbo
Award-winning filmmaker Marco Salustro describes the journalistic challenges of reporting the plight of the thousands of migrants who have fled sub-Saharan Africa and are now being held in Libya.
Between a rock and a hard place
Mexico-based journalist Duncan Tucker writes about reporting in a country where news is not just repressed, it’s fabricated, and journalists face violent threats from police and cartels.
Browse more articles via Index on Censorship’s Journalists’ Toolbox.