PEN International Writes from the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women
PEN International's Sarah Clarke writes from the UN Commission on the Status of Women, where PEN was invited to comment on the status of violence against women writers. More
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On #IndependenceDay2022, after the attack on @SalmanRushdie (who wrote stunningly on this day’s power in Midnight’s Children♥️), I’m thinking about how critical #FreedomOfSpeech is to any #democracy
Sharing a #poem published today by @PENamerica to commemorate #IndiaAt75
"We forgot that nothing is permanent, least of all freedom"—@ghazalawahab
Read all the contributions to PEN America's #IndiaAt75 anthology at: http://PEN.org/india-at-75
For the 75th anniversary of Indian independence, I participated in this extraordinary project, which brings together over a hundred Indian and diaspora writers to reflect on free expression and democracy https://pen.org/india-at-75/