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Banned Voices

Joseph Dunnigan

Banned Voices preserves the stories of authors, editors, and publishers who have experienced censorship or persecution. We strive to be politically neutral, giving a platform for all kinds of thinkers from around the world and across the political spectrum to tell their own personal stories from their own perspectives. We are the official podcast of the Banned Books Museum, a museum in Tallinn, Es... more

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Wangpo Tethong is the Executive Director of the International Campaign for Tibet Europe. In this episode we discuss Tibet, the Chinese occupation of the region, organisation of the Tibetan diaspora, and their use of technology to support the communit... more

2 years ago

Benedict Rogers is the Chief Executive of Hong Kong Watch. In this episode we discuss the human rights situation in Hong Kong, the National Security Law, Rogers' own banning from the territory, and the efforts by Hong Kong Watch to improve the lives ... more

2 years ago

Abduweli Ayup is the Director of Research at the World Uyghur Congress. In this episode we discuss the ongoing genocide against his people, and the attempted erasure of Uyghur culture and identity.

2 years ago

Enghebatu Togochong is the director of the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center. In this episode we discuss the ongoing persecution of the Mongolian people in China.

2 years ago

Mohammed Almahfali, Ph.D, is an affiliated researcher at the Centre for Advanced Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University in Sweden. In this episode we discuss his personal story of travelling from Yemen to Sweden, his expertise on literature of the... more

3 years ago

Ulrika Ahlberg and Jude Chukwuma Dibia work at the Dawitt Isaak Library in Malmö, Sweden, a library dedicated to authors who have been censored, repressed, or forced into exile. We discuss our shared passion for the free exchange of ideas, and the si... more

3 years ago

Captain Roy D is an author of books on QAnon. In this episode he tells the story of his involvement in the movement from its earliest stages, what he and his community believe, and how he has been banished from Amazon on what he believes are politica... more

3 years ago

Denis Poljakov is the owner of Russow Galerii in Tallinn, Estonia ( In this episode he tells the story of his lifelong business in books, including his experiences smuggling contraband antique books across int... more

3 years ago


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