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On The Web (Issue 22)

What’s on the web?

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The 4WardEver 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


Friends Extradited
Friends Extradited is solely dedicated to changing the rules that apply to US extradition requests. Friends Extradited has deliberately chosen not to focus on the more complex area of European Arrest Warrants and European Investigation Orders which are equally as pernicious. If you are interested in learning more about intra-EU extradition take a look at Fair Trials International’s ongoing efforts to redress the harm; visit

NAPO (association & campaigning)
Napo is a trade union, professional association and campaigning group. They carry out a wide range of activities including; representing more than 9000 probation and family court staff throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and Provides advice, representation and legal services for members involved in discipline and capability proceedings. Is recognised nationally and locally by employers, the Home Office and CAFCASS.

Terence Bunch (photojournalist & writer)
A contemporary look at Globalisation from a politically non-aligned perspective – taking in the roles of Capitalism, Commercialism & political extremism.

Halow Birmingham
The Charitable Objects of HALOW (Birmingham) are to relieve poverty, sickness and distress among partners and dependants of prisoners and of prisoners, and to advance public education by research into domestic issues relating to prisoners and their families and to disseminate the useful results of such research.

Tom Thumb (one man’s story of corruption)
Tom Thumb is a blog about one man’s story of corruption, and also to raise discussion about corruption, discrimination and injustice, something that has stemmed the past 42 years of his life and still carries on into the present day.

Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
On July 4, 1950, Radio Free Europe (RFE) went on the air for the first time with a broadcast to communist Czechoslovakia from a studio in New York City. Sixty years later, RFE reaches nearly 20 million people in 28 languages and 21 countries.

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