• Write Against Impunity
    Escribe contra la impunidad

    Escribe contra la impunidad es una protesta. Una protesta contra la cultura de la impunidad que impera en toda Latinoamérica. Los poemas, los relatos y los ensayos, contemplados en conjunto, forman un coro de solidaridad con los escritores y los periodistas que son atacados en Latinoamérica.

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  • Egyptian Cartoonist Doaa Eladl
    Day to End Impunity: Egyptian Cartoonist Doaa Eladl

    This month the International Day to End Impunity campaign featured the case of Egyptian cartoonist Doaa Eladl. Eladl has been threatened for her popular cartoons decrying religious fundamentalism and sexual harassment. Read a profile and a video interview with the Doaa Eladl.

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  • Chen Yongzhou
    A Mud Battle Fought in A Quagmire

    In China, according to Tienchi Martin-Liao, journalists face two major problems: censorship from officials who issue instructions on how and whether or not to report a story, and corruption in the form of “red envelopes” (bribes), which have become many journalists’ main source of income.

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  • Day to End Impunity - IFEX
    International Day to End Impunity Campaign 2013

    Impunity is a global problem. On November 23, 80 organizations in more than 60 countries and advocated around the world will join their voices to raise awareness about how a culture of impunity stifles freedom of expression, and to inspire people to take action to weaken its power.

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  • 3D Movie
    3D Censorship in Cuba

    Earlier this year a popular new entertainment business cropped up in Havana: 3D movies. Cuba columnist Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo looks at the privately-owned “movie theaters” – rooms in private residences – which have recently come under the scrutiny of the Cuban government.

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    3D Censorship in Cuba (Spanish Text)

    Earlier this year a popular new entertainment business cropped up in Havana: 3D movies. Cuba columnist Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo looks at the privately-owned “movie theaters” – rooms in private residences – which have recently come under the scrutiny of the Cuban government.

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  • Feng Xiaogang
    “China’s Spielberg” Feng Xiaogang On Censorship

    “I believe that 1942 is the closest that you can get to an Oscar-level film for China because of the censorship.” In this interview, The Hollywood Reporter‘s Scott Feinberg had a chance to ask the celebrated writer/director Feng Xiaogang about censorship in China, as well as his life and career.

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