Two Views on How Surveillance Harms Writers

Philosopher and former PEN American Center president Kwame Anthony Appiah and Screenwriter Walter Bernstein reflect on what electronic spying means for intellectual and creative freedom More

NGOs Raise Concern Over Freedom of Expression to UN

Seven NGOs have raised their concerns that the government is using the law, media and Internet to further stifle freedom of expression, ahead of Cambodia submitting its first Universal… More

Fact-finding mission condemns persecution of academics

A fact-finding mission in Turkey by the International Human Rights Network of Academies and Scholarly Societies, or IHRNASS, has concluded that criminal charges brought against eight leading academics and… More

The Tightening Screws on Press Freedom in Turkey

Erdoğan’s AKP administration has had more than a decade to fix this imbalance in Turkey’s anti-terror legislation. Despite repeated attempts at reform in recent years, the desperate situation in… More