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On The Web (Issue 5)

What’s up on the worldwide web?

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The 4WardEver Volunteer Team regularly scan the web and other resources for websites that our readers are likely to find of interest. If you spot something, let us know via 4WardEver Volunteer Team


Coalition for Truth and Justice
The website of the Coalition for Truth and Justice. The association has been fighting the Death Penalty since 1999, and this website will hopefully provide readers with useful information and updates in this area.

Innocence Project of Florida
The Innocence Project of Florida (IPF) is a member of the nationwide Innocence Network and the only viable resource in the state for those who have been wrongfully convicted and imprisoned.

United Campaign Against Police Violence
Set up in remembrance of Ian Tomlinson and those who have died in police custody, the United Campaign Against Police Violence (UCAPV) was established in April 2009 in the United Kingdom.

Last Hours
Last Hours is an online and occasional print zine for the anti-authoritarian, DIY and punk communities. It offers news, analysis, interviews and articles about radical culture, be it music, protests, events, books, zines or comix.

The Gulf Region Advocacy Center (GRACE)
The Gulf Region Advocacy Center, or GRACE, is an independent, client-centered, Houston-based charity that provides high quality capital defense to indigents facing the death penalty at trial or retrial.

UNLOCK is a unique organisation founded in 1999 by a group of reformed offenders, each of whom, in their own way, successfully rebuilt their lives after serving prison sentences.

Demotix is a citizen-journalism website and photo agency. It takes user-generated content (UGC) and photographs from freelance journalists and amateurs, and markets them to the mainstream media.

Liberal Conspiracy
This is a political magazine and discussion site in the form of a multi-author blog. Liberal Conspiracy aims to bring together and re-invigorate the liberal-left in Britain through discussion and campaigning.

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One Response to On The Web (Issue 5)

  1. Sheila Dyer

    2 June 2009 at 10:32 am

    Fantastic links! Thanks so much for your continued high quality information.
    These resources are a breath of fresh air.

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