Tag Archives: Index on Censorship

On SAGE Insight: What difference has the Russian Revolution made to freedoms today?

From Index on Censorship Magazine 100 years on, the long shadows that Russia’s 1917 revolution cast on freedoms globally is the subject of a new special report in Index on Censorship Magazine. Lenin believed that journalists, novelists and opinion formers … Continue reading

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Free access to the Index on Censorship Magazine spring issue

Giving voice to the individuals and organisations who fight censorship and campaign for free speech around the world, last night saw the annual Index On Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards, supported by SAGE, take place. To mark this event, you … Continue reading

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Index on Censorship Magazine wins Special Interest Editor of the Year Award

Rachael Jolley, editor of the Index on Censorship Magazine, published by SAGE Publishing, has won the Special Interest Editor of the Year award from the British Society of Magazine Editors (BSME). Announced last night at a glittering ceremony at the … Continue reading

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The 2012 Index on Censorship Awards: heroes of free expression

Index on Censorship this year celebrate their fortieth anniversary. That is forty years of fighting for the right to free expression, both through their magazine which SAGE publishes and through the many campaigns and events they arrange as an organization. At … Continue reading

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The Index on Censorship Science debate – Is transparency bad for science? #datadebate

Last week was the launch of the latest issue of Index on Censorship’s award winning magazine. A particularly topical one for us at SAGE this time, as it focusses on Science. Natasha at Index kindly let us repost her summary … Continue reading

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Privacy is Dead: Long live Privacy!

SAGE were sponsors at a joint LSE and Index on Censorship event last night to mark the publication of the latest issue of the magazine. The event was a panel discussion entitled “Injunctions are a necessary evil: privacy, free speech … Continue reading

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Life After Wikileaks Panel Discussion on May 4th

Join Index on Censorship (published by SAGE) and Columbia Journalism School as they present “Life after Wikileaks: Who won the Information War?”, a panel discussion on May 4th at the Columbia Journalism School Lecture Hall (3rd floor, 116th & Broadway, … Continue reading

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Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards 2011

Nearly 400 gathered last night at the Royal Institution in London to join Index on Censorship at their annual Freedom of Expression Awards. The event champions heroes of free speech: from websites promoting free dialogue, to lawyers fighting for human rights … Continue reading

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Reform of English laws on free speech

(Originally posted on socialsciencespace) The British government has confirmed that it will introduce a Defamation Bill in the spring, to change the law on libel and free speech. The proposed new law will clarify the existing defences of fair comment … Continue reading

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