On The Web (Issue 6)

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

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Communities of Resistance
www.co-re.org
Communities of Resistance (CoRe) is a new grassroots initiative that aims to stop prison expansion in Britain. We oppose building new prisons, because prisons do not make our communities safe. Our long-term aim is to build a vibrant and broad-based movement to end the violence of incarceration.

Prison Radio
www.prisonradio.org
Prison Radio’s mission is to challenge mass incarceration and racism by airing the voices of men and women in prison by bringing their voices into the public dialogue on crime and punishment. Radio’s productions illustrate the perspectives and the intrinsic human worth of the more than 7.1 million people under correctional control in the U.S.

Falseley Accused
www.falselyaccused.co.uk
Pre-trial Preparation and Appeals for those faced with a False Accusation of a Serious Arrestable Offence. falselyaccused.co.uk covers only criminal law for Serious Arrestable Offences. Our service is only available to people who are facing, defending, or appealing a case in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Our focus is on giving you an exceptional service.

People against False Accusations of Abuse
www.pafaa.org.uk
This site is dedicated to anyone who has been falsely accused of abuse, in whichever disguise it takes. As an organisation, we are concerned primarily with the current climate that makes it possible for anyone to be accused of abuse, especially of a sexual nature, and in particular against children. Secondarily, we continue to uphold the beliefs, with other pressure groups, that the power of Social Services in the UK and elsewhere needs to be curbed, and also, to coin one of their phrases, “in the best interest of the child” that the secret family courts need to be abolished and be made accountable for the decisions they arrive at.

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