INDEX ON CENSORSHIP | VOL.51 | NO.2
1 JOINING UKRAINE’S
BATTLE FOR FREEDOM: JEMIMAH STEINFELD We must stand with the bold and brave against Putin
6 THE INDEX:
EDITED BY MARK FRARY A global tour of free expression, departing from the poll booth and arriving at the journalists reporting under Taliban rule
14 FIFTY YEARS OF PRIDE AND
PREJUDICE: PETER TATCHELL Following the rise and corporate fall of London’s march for LGBT rights, will grassroots voices rise again?
17 INDIA’S MEATY ISSUE:
AISHWARYA JAGANI When a burger comes with a side of oppression
20 CARTOON: BEN JENNINGS
Art imitates life, caveman style
22 MY THREE YEARS OF
HELL IN AN UYGHUR ‘RE-EDUCATION’ CAMP: GULBAHAR HAITIWAJI, RAHIMA MAHMUT As the world stays silent, hear the truth from inside China’s brutal concentration camps
28 ONE STEP AHEAD OF
THE GAME: DAN CHEN Media criticism of the Chinese government is all part of the power play
31 WELCOME TO THE KINGDOM
OF IMPUNITY: MICHAEL DEIBERT The landscape is dangerous for journalists in Haiti. Murders and kidnappings are a daily risk
35 POLITICALLY CORRECTED?:
ISSA SIKITI DA SILVA
The banned words the Kenyan government doesn’t want to hear in this election year
Special Report: The battle for Ukraine
40 LOSING BATTLE FOR TRUTH
IN RUSSIAN LECTURE HALLS: ILYA MATVEEV The war has put a new strain on academic freedom. A Russian lecturer laments his lost classroom
43 DON’T BE AFRAID TO SAY
TWO PLUS TWO IS FOUR: MARK FRARY, ALLA GUTNIKOVA As a convicted student journalist speaks out for freedom, do Russian dissidents once again face the gulag?
48 EMOTIONAL BAGGAGE:
SLAVENKA DRAKULIĆ How it feels to pack up a life in Ukraine and become a refugee
52 BACK TO THE FUTURE:
MARTIN BRIGHT The world has been turned upside down for Ukrainian reporters, and this is their new landscape
55 ON NOT BEING SHOT:
JOHN SWEENEY Amidst the Kremlin-wrought wreckage, do we need a new era of journalism?
56 RUSSIA’S TROJAN HORSE
MOVES CLOSER TO EUROPE: VIKTÓRIA SERDÜLT In Hungary, Putin’s right-hand man wins again. Plus Chris Matthews on those fighting back
59 TURKEY’S NEWFOUND
RUSSOPHILIA: KAYA GENÇ Putinism is seeping into Turkey, and it spells trouble for future freedoms
62 DIVIDED BY AGE AND A TV
SCREEN: HANNA KOMAR How do you make sure your family see the truth when they’re blinded by Kremlin propaganda? A Belarusian activist speaks out
64 CULTURE IN THE CROSS
HAIRS: ANDREY KURKOV Decades after Soviet rule, Ukrainian culture is once again under threat, as are the lives behind the creative expression
67 BORDERING ON
MEDIA CONTROL: KSENIYA TARASEVICH False information about Ukraine finds fertile breeding ground in Poland
69 TREAT TRAGEDIES
OF THE UKRAINE WAR WITH DIGNITY:
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