Tbilisi, UNESCO’s World Book Capital, has mounted a show themed on Georgia’s censorious past–and the present dangers of self-censorship.
‘Changing the world is hard and the highest ideals may have unintended consequences,’ writes Richard Charkin in his column of queries.
Budapest’s new bill banning school content on homosexuality and transgender issues prompts three organizations to call for an EU response.
‘As we become ever more interdependent,’ Richard Charkin writes, the IPA is uniquely positioned to ‘protect, support, and nurture’ publishing.
From the protection of copyright to censorship, taxes, and the need for digital acceleration, a survey of Arab publishers’ hurdles ahead.
The Tehran Book Fair Uncensored program is online this week, with as many as a dozen independent publishers of Persian literature.
A Kuwaiti ministry no longer is to gauge content, as professors in the States worry about Chinese oversight of remote studies in Hong Kong.
The ongoing implementation of Beijing’s new national security law in Hong Kong reportedly includes the removal of published content.
IPA says the widow of murdered publisher Faisal Arefin Dipan in Bangladesh is in danger of losing his press as pandemic restrictions diminish revenues.
A proposed Missouri state bill ‘relating to parental oversight of public library with penalty provisions’ alarms freedom-of-expression advocates.