Atilla Taş, the Turkish singer and activist who since 2016 has leveraged social media to resist the corrupt Erdoğan regime, was sentenced on Friday to three years and one month
After a lengthy detention of almost six months, Equatoguinean political cartoonist and activist Ramón Esono Ebalé was released on March 7, 2018 after being cleared of the fabricated charges against
Statement from The Voice Project: The Voice Project stands united with PEN America, with our fellow human rights organizations and activists around the world in calling for the release of
Fahmi Reza, the Malaysian graphic designer and cartoonist who was arrested in February 2016 for mocking Prime Minister Najib Razak by drawing him as a clown, was sentenced this week
Enough. No more thoughts & prayers. Change. Now. Led by the survivors. Led by the youth of this country. Watch Florida shooting survivor, high school senior Emma Gonazalez’s speech here.
Popular Zambian hip-hop artist Fumba Chama, better known under his stage name Pilato, has fled Zambia and refuses to reveal his location in the wake of death threats and censorship
HuaYong is a well known painter in Beijing who has been posting videos documenting forced evictions and demolitions in poor neighbourhoods. Fearing arrest, he had fled the capital but was tracked
Podcast: The Voice Project’s executive director, Hunter Heaney, speaks with Harvard Business School on why standing up to authoritarianism is more more important than ever and the impact artists can have.
Turkish singer and columnist, Atilla Taş, was released Tuesday after 416 days in pretrial detention. He was facing charges that could result in two life sentences for his suspected ties
Filmmaker Muhammad Bayazid was stabbed in Istanbul Tuesday night on his way to a meeting with a potential investor for his latest movie. The upcoming film, The Tunnel, is about