On The Web (Issue 16)

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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C.H.R.I.S.
www.chris-uk.org
The worlds largest database for convicted UK paedophiles. Within this website is a world of corruption, and despicable acts and crimes committed against children of the UK. The organisations aim is to unite all child abuse campaigners of the UK.

Ministry of Justice
www.justice.gov.uk
The Ministry of Justice has responsibility for different parts of the justice system – the courts, prisons, probation services and attendance centres. We work in partnership with the other government departments and agencies to reform the criminal justice system, to serve the public and support the victims of crime.

COPWATCH.com
www.copwatch.org
The Copwatch Database is a permanent, searchable repository of complaints filed against police officers. It was designed and intended both to promote public safety and to ensure that police officers remain accountable for their actions.

FitWatch
www.fitwatch.org.uk
Fitwatch began in 2007 as a response to the constant harassment and intrusive surveillance protesters received from Forward Intelligence Teams (FIT). Deploying a range of tactics, Fitwatch has worked to ensure FIT policing is on the agenda not only within activist circles, but also in the wider public through its media work.

Burma Campaign UK
www.burmacampaign.org.uk
Founded in 1991, the Burma Campaign UK is one of the leading Burma campaign organisations in the world. They play a leading role in raising awareness about the situation in Burma, and pressuring the international community to take action in support of the people of Burma.

Birmingham Racial Attack Monitoring Unit
www.bramu.info
The Birmingham Racial Attack Monitoring Unit (BRAMU) was established by the Home Office Inter-departmental Report in 1989. BRAMU is an independent community based organisation working with victims of racial harassment. BRAMU seeks to educate and empower victims of racial attack and harassment through a support system.

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