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Kidnapped

Paperback / softback || Dina Meza || Eva Tas Foundation

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 ri...

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Speaking in silence

Paperback || Bui Tanh Hieu || Eva Tas Foundation

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 arreste...

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Drugs for the mind

Paperback / softback || Sofie Sun || Eva Tas Foundation

In the eyes of the Chinese authorities books are too often Drugs for the Mind. Sofie Sun (1986) chose this remarkable description as the title of her investigation into censorship and literature in the People's Republic of China. She interviewed representatives of three groups of authors who each have their own view about censorship: writers with no official status living and working in the People's Republic of China, writers in exile, and those who are members of the Chinese Writers Associat...

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Genocide of thoughts

Paperback || Handiso Bisrat Woldemichael || Eva Tas Foundation

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 ...

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Palabras amordazadas

Paperback / softback || Amir Valle || Eva Tas Foundation

Este es un libro necesario por la singularidad de su análisis sobre la censura a las libertades expresivas impuesta en Cuba por el gobierno 'revolucionario' de Fidel Castro, desde el triunfo de la Revolución Cubana en 1959 hasta la hoy llamada 'Era Raulista', y por ofrecer un recorrido escalofriante a través de los más importantes sucesos de la represión cultural y la censura perpetradas por la más larga dictadura comunista del mundo. Como afirma en el prólogo el escritor Ángel Santie...

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Censorship alert

Paperback || Peter De Haan || Eva Tas Foundation

Dutch economist and diplomat Peter de Haan describes the worrying increase of censorship and self-censorship in the world. A rising number of journalists, bloggers, and writers can't any longer write as they please; some flee their home country, others are tortured, incarcerated, or are even killed. This essay depicts what happened during the past decade regarding freedom of expression and censorship in the world and tells the shocking stories of some of its victims.

He demonstrates a negativ...

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Gagged

Paperback / softback || Amir Valle || Eva Tas Foundation

Amir Valle (Cuba, 1967) offers a unique analysis of the suppression of freedom of expression in Cuba by Fidel Castro's 'revolutionary' government. From the triumph of the Cuban Revolution in 1959 to the 'Raulist Era' of today, he offers a chilling survey of the most significant cases of cultural repression and censorship perpetrated by the longest Communist dictatorship in the world. From their beginnings in literature and journalism, the author has witnessed first hand the oppressive and pa...

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Disappearing Public Spheres

Paperback || Parvez Alam || Eva Tas Foundation

'State of Nature' and 'State of exception' have become the only two options for the people of Bangladesh recently, where writers, bloggers and publishers are getting killed by Al-Qaeda affiliates and persecuted by the Government. Empowerment of polarizations such as 'secular' verses 'Islamists' have also empowered the ruling regime and Islamist extremist groups. Severe censorship on all kind of media has suffocated freedom of expression. New public spheres that had emerged in the internet era...

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A Fri Wortu, Het Vrije Woord

Paperback / softback || Sylvana van den Braak || Eva Tas Foundation

Het vrije woord (Fri Wortu) is geen gemeengoed in Suriname. Sylvana van den Braak laat zien hoe, na de militaire coup in de jaren 1980, een periode van censuur en dictatuur begon. Ondanks democratische verkiezingen probeert de overheid nog steeds, op zijn eigen speciale manier, de media te beïnvloeden. Het bedrijfsleven gaat daarin mee. Daarnaast maken de kleinschaligheid van de gemeenschap van Suriname en de onderlinge relaties de weg vrij voor zelfcensuur. De waarheid kan alleen worden geh...

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A Fri Wortu, The Free Word

Paperback / softback || Sylvana van den Braak || Eva Tas Foundation

Free speech (Fri Wortu) is not common in Surinam. Sylvana van den Braak shows how, after the military coup in the 1980s, a period began of censorship and dictatorship. Despite democratic elections, the government is still trying, in his own special way, to influence the media. The business community agrees with it. Besides that the small community of Surinam and the relationships pave the way for self-censorship. The truth can only be heard on the street, where the local language Sranan is s...