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Former Journalist To Head Index On Censorship

Posted at 7:44AM Wednesday 09 Apr 2014

A former London bureau chief for Reuters, Jodie Ginsberg, has been appointed as the chief executive of Index on Censorship. She succeeds Kirsty Hughes.

Ginsberg arrives from the think tank, Demos, where she is deputy director of finance. She was previously a foreign correspondent and business journalist and was later head of communications for Camfed, an organisation that works to eradicate poverty in Africa through the education of girls.

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