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4WardEver… 8 years on the campaign trail

4WardEver… 8 years on the campaign trail

In 2014 4WardEver Campaign UK celebrates 8 years of its work to provide a one-stop-resource for profiles, news, and event details, useful information, appeals, and more in relation to deaths…

4WardEver research & reports archive

4WardEver research & reports archive

The 4WardEver UK volunteer team have archived all articles dealing with research or reports making it easier for our visitors to find the information they are looking for! These archives…

4WardEver UK Appeal

4WardEver UK Appeal

1st June 2014 will mark 8 years since the establishment of 4WardEver UK. Would you like to see it around for another 5+ years? 4WardEver UK was launched on 1st…

New Cases on 4WardEver: Dec 2013

New Cases on 4WardEver: Dec 2013

Cases recently added to our website. Please note: Not all cases are recent. We are continuously adding to profiles featured on the 4WardEver website. Could you be one of our…

Black Mental Health UK launches Top 30 list for 2012

Black Mental Health UK launches Top 30 list for 2012

A must read for anyone working in this sector, as well as for those with an interest in civil liberties and social justice, this year's listing showcases the top individuals…

New Cases on 4WardEver: Dec 2012

New Cases on 4WardEver: Dec 2012

Cases recently added to our website. Please note: Not all cases are recent. We are continuously adding to profiles featured on the 4WardEver website. Could you be one of our…

IAP publishes Statistical Analysis Report

IAP publishes Statistical Analysis Report

The IAP have published their statistical analysis of all recorded deaths in state custody between 1 January 2000 and 31 December 2011. This is the second year the IAP has…

FREE websites for affected families

FREE websites for affected families

Family Web Pages (FWP) is a free website design service for families. It was driven by our own experiences of deaths in custody, and the difficulties of getting engaged with…