The debate itself was organised by Index on Censorship and stems from the spring edition of their magazine, which looks at how migrant stories are told and analyses the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks. To read more about this edition click here, to find out more about Index per se, click here to visit their website.
The summer edition:
In the build up to the debate, Index on Censorship also released their summer edition looking at the state of academic freedoms around the world and "no-platforming" and "trigger-warnings" for potentially offensive themes. This issue looks at how academic debates are falling foul of such legislation and at how, in some countries, education is increasingly becoming expected to toe the official political line.
To find out more about the summer edition of the Index on Censorship magazine, which also features details of an interview with Alexander Litvinenko’s widow and explains why the Polish Catholic Church is so upset by Winnie the Pooh’s lack of gender, click here.
- French Republican values and free speech by Arthur Asseraf: http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2015-05-20-asseraf-en.html
- Free speech and “those” in power by Jens-Martin Eriksen, Frederik Stjernfelt: http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2015-05-29-eriksen-en.html
- Not religion’s enemy, but its protector by Ian McEwan http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2015-03-11-mcewan-en.html
- Republic and pseudo-jihad by Mohamed Amer Meziane (in French): http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2015-06-03-meziane-fr.html
- Against the grain by Brian Whitaker: http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2015-05-29-whitaker-en.html
- Eurozine also currently features a focal point on the politics of privacy, which features several articles related to the themes of this debate: http://www.eurozine.com/comp/focalpoints/privacy.html