On The Web (Issue 8)

What’s on the web?

4WardEver recommended

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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Free Darrell
www.freedarrell.com
This page was constructed by two of Darrell’s supporters. Darrell is a death row inmate in the notorious San Quentin Prison (California). He has been waiting for 14 years to clear his name. We are fighting, not only for Darrell’s ultimate freedom, but for his life.

sprWord
www.sprword.com
Sprword was started to counter the continuing consolidation of mainstream media and its’ limited and agenda-based reporting. Sprword.com plans to counter corporate media by providing links to important videos, articles, and websites that reveal what corporate mainstream media refuses to recognize as need-to-know information.

Deaths in Custody Watch Commitee wa
www.deathsincustody.org
The Ward Campaign is a multi faceted campaign coordinated by the Deaths In Custody Watch Committee (WA) Inc around the tragic circumstances leading to the death in custody of Aboriginal Elder Mr Ward. The aims of the campaign are to raise awareness to the story of Mr Ward and to bring about lasting change to the Western Australian Justice System and Custodial Services.

DigiActive
www.digiactive.org
DigiActive is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to helping grassroots activists around the world use the Internet and mobile phones to increase their impact. Our goal is a world of activists made more powerful and more effective through the use of digital technology.

Justice for Survivors
www.justice4survivors.org
It’s tragic the way our ‘civilised’ societies treat children in care, whether in the care of a religious or government institution. Justice for Survivors & Pie n’ Mash Films are currently investigating the brutal restraining techniques used in UK Young Offenders Institutions and Childcare homes.

When No-one’s Watching
www.whennooneswatching.org
When No-one’s Watching is a new campaigning group to gather together people’s stories of police abuse so that they can campaign for reform of the arrest and detention procedures. It is also to help those on remand or in prison who have had their liberty removed, whether innocent or guilty.

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