Published in: Home: Opinion‘Free speech tsar’ is the government’s latest attack on universities
The Conservative Party has all but outlawed public protest. Now it wants to root it out of campuses, too
Published in: Home: NewsEven police doubted my arrest was legal, claims anti-royal protester
The Edinburgh student charged with ‘breaching the peace’ says officers feared they would be a ‘laughing stock’
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionCulture wars: It’s the Right that is trying to cancel free speech
While the powerful try to silence those who speak back to them, working-class cultures all over the world are...
Published in: Podcasts: FeatureHow did a journalist who knew she would be killed live?
Regina Martínez suffered threats and censorship. She revealed Mexico’s corruption, organised crime and human rights...
Published in: 50.50: NewsUK government cites US anti-LGBT ‘hate group’ in free speech proposals
ADF International, an anti-abortion, ‘dark money’-funded think tank, provided ‘evidence’ for decline in free speech...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaIs Lebanon becoming a police state?
A year after protests swept the country, two and a half months after the Beirut port explosion, the Lebanese elite...
Published in: Home: OpinionThe rich and powerful are trying to silence journalists across Europe
The EU needs to fight back
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaIn Lebanon: new waves of hatred with little solidarity
The needed solidarity with Mashrou’ Leila has unintentionally overshadowed the thousands of Palestinian voices...