Journalists all over the world, not just in South Asia, are facing severe repression that makes it difficult to carry out their jobs, panelists said at a recent event.
Tag: media freedom
Journalists in India Today Face an Unprecedented Existential Crisis
The arrests of Mohammad Zubair and Teesta Setalvad and the ongoing detention of Siddque Kappan and Fahad Shah highlight the tenuous existence of truth-tellers in a post-truth world.
Taliban 2.0 Aren’t So Different From the First Regime
Four months after the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan, a clearer picture of their rule is emerging.
How Young Artists in Kashmir Have Been Living in Fear Since August 2019
Recently, Mudasir Gull was detained for painting a mural in support of Palestine during the time when Israel bombarded the country.
‘Bol Ke Lab Azaad Hain Tere’: Dissent Through Art on World Press Freedom Day
With the killing of journalists and widespread media censorship, is the Indian media really free?
Death by Saffron Ink
Our pens, our truths, our voices are all being stifled under saffron rule.
What Does Art Owe Us?
In the current climate, there needs to be a more aggressive pushback from the humanitarian, creative community.
How Does a Young Journalist Navigate This New State of Journalism?
For me, honouring Shujaat Bhukari and other slain journalists means finding a hopeful purpose in the mess around us.