01.11.2016

Redefining foreign correspondence

An Index on Censorship and London Press Club affiliate debate
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An endangered species? With diminishing budgets, the foreign correspondent is rapidly becoming a rare beast. Index on Censorship & the London Press Club host a series of (ex) foreign correspondents and ask what future the role has and what new models are emerging.
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12.09.2016

Turkey beyond the headlines

An Index on Censorship and Asia House affiliate discussion
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From inside out With Turkey seemingly never far from the headlines, Index editor Rachael Jolley talks to Kaya Genç about his new book and Turkey's social, historical and geographical dividing lines. Join us as we delve into Turkey and look to find out more about people's concerns within the country
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21.06.2016

Taboos: what’s the point?

A Free Word, Fritt Ord & Index on Censorship affiliate debate
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Do we need them or would we be better off without them? What are taboos and why do they exist? Do they actually play useful roles in our societies or do they help maintain anachronisms and harm our ability to live together in harmony? Free Word, Fritt Ord and Index on Censorship investigate in a discussion which asks "taboos: what's the point?". Watch the recording!

14.06.2016

Does fiction have a stronger impact than journalism?

An Index on Censorship affiliate debate
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Fiction vs. journalism If folly and ignorance be the curse of mankind and all the world a stage, are plays or the press the best way to inform and and provide perspective? The Index on Censorship Big Debate at Leeds' Big Bookend Festival 2016 asks which medium has the most impact: fiction or journalism?
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27.01.2016

What’s the taboo?

An Index on Censorship affiliate debate
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What aren't we talking about? Every society has its own taboos. In some countries their discussion is legally restricted, in others merely disapproved of. From menstruation to religion, censorship and tradition affect what we are able to and what we want to discuss. Listen to Index as they break taboos and discuss the unacceptable, looking at how this varies depending on where and who we are. Listen to the recording!

10-13.09.2015

Lector in Fabula 2015 – The future of politics

A cooperative affiliate festival
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The way forward This year's Lector in Fabula festival will look at the future of politics and feature a special series of debates organised in cooperation with Eurozine and set to be live streamed on Time to Talk. Visit the page to find out more about this year's festival, those special Eurozine debates and the live streams.
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