Hong Kong’s bleak scenario, court convictions, and a Nobel call to action

The Pillar of Shame, a sculpture unveiled in 1996 to commemorate the Tiananmen Massacre, is displayed at the Hong Kong University, in Hong Kong, 10 October 2021, before its sudden removal in December. Alex Chan Tsz Yuk/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

The closing of civic space in Hong Kong

Maria Ressa’s Nobel lecture

Focus on gender

In brief: Court convictions and an acquittal

New and noteworthy: 2021 Reports from IFEX members

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