• "The Hypnotic Lovers," by Nigerian artist Victor Ehikhamenor. Used with the artist's permission.
    The Last Pill

    A short story from Nigerian writer Jude Dibia, current ICORN writer-in-residence of the Malmö City of Refuge in Sweden.

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  • Cartoon: Not Me
    Cartoon: Not Me

    In this cartoon Tayo Fatunla (Nigeria) points out that the current religion-fueled violence in Nigeria is not related to cartoons, unlike the religious protests in 2006 over Danish cartoons depicting the Islamic prophet Mohammad.

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  • RSF Blasphemy Report Cover
    Censorship and Repression in the Name of Religion

    There are far too many countries where news and content providers constantly face a very special and formidable form of censorship, one exercised in the name of religion or even God. In a recent report, Reporters Without Borders analyzed the key hotspots and offered its recommendations.

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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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