"Censors of Creativity" Study on censorship in Egypt today

Posted by Administrator (wb_admin) on 24/04/2014
01-06/2014 >> Africa

“Egypt has developed a non-transparent, expensive, bureaucratic labyrinth of censorship mechanisms, which is highly damaging for artistic creativity,” says Ole Reitov, Freemuse Executive Director. The legal study forms the background to the AFTE-Freemuse submission to United Nations Universal Periodic Review in March 2014. The Egyptian government will be reviewed in Geneva in October 2014. Both documents ara available in Eglish and Arabic at artsfreedom.org. The 84-pages study has only an Arabic summary.

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