Index on Censorship
“Index on Censorship promotes and defends the right to freedom of expression. The inspiration of poet Stephen Spender, Index was founded in 1972 to publish the untold stories of dissidents behind the Iron Curtain and beyond. Through its award-winning magazine, online journalism and though campaigning and advocacy, Index today fights for free speech around the world, challenging censorship whenever and wherever it occurs.”
“Index on Censorship magazine, available through Sage in many university libraries, has a 43-year archive of articles about freedom of expression around the world, including the anti apartheid movement, coverage of the dictatorships in South America and censorship of writers by the Soviet Union.” Buy a digital subscription here
Index on Censorship is available in most universities libraries via Sage or can be downloaded on iTunes.