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In een Oost-Europese stad werken enkele mensen aan een televisiefilm over het leven van een beroemd schrijver die van staatswege met terughoudendheid bejegend wordt.
Nederlands, 244 pagina's (ePub2, 1 MB), Querido, Amsterdam, 2012
censorship in Honduras
Freedom of expression in Honduras has been kidnapped. Those who are afraid of the truth attempt to imprison it in the depths of the earth. Kidnapped seeks to expose the problems for freedom of expression in journalism and literature in Honduras, the forms of censorship that have been introduced to conceal the truth, but also the creativity of Hondurans who refuse to be defeated in the face of this oppressive system. Kidnapped describes how the Honduran state, responsible for protecting this right,...
Engels, 72 pagina's (ePub2, 1,6 MB), Fosfor, Amsterdam, 2015
censorship in Vietnam
In the holiday paradise Vietnam, social media are allowed only to provide and exchange personal information. Bloggers and cyberdissidents who dare to question the government’s legitimacy or domestic policies are ruthlessly suppressed. Political blogger Bui Thanh Hieu (1972) nevertheless uses the Internet to criticize politically hot topics, such as Vietnam’s territorial claims within China as well as its handling of land disputes with the Catholic Church. In response to this, Hieu was arrested, his...
Engels, 57 pagina's (ePub2, 1,6 MB), Fosfor, Amsterdam, 2015
censorship in Ethiopia
Bisrat Woldemichael Handiso (1983) is an Ethiopian journalist who worked as an editor for different local newspapers. He was one of the founders of the Ethiopian Journalists Forum (EJF), an independent association made up of largely young journalists who advocate for greater press freedom in his country. In this function he ran trainig workshops and discussions on press freedom, visited journalist in prison and hospital and facilitated medical assistance for them. EJF was accused of being an illegal...
Engels, 58 pagina's (ePub2, 1,5 MB), Fosfor, Amsterdam, 2015