“The public deserves more information to understand what we know for sure and what we don’t and why things have been presented the way they have been,” Ferdman tells Democracy Now!
Month: September 2020
Kevin Clarke said ‘I’m going to die’ as he was put into two sets of handcuffs but was ‘ignored’ and lost consciousness as he was being taken to an ambulance, Southwark coroner’s court heard.
This systematic review aims to summarise the current body of evidence for the prevalence of mental illness in global refugee populations and overcome methodological limitations of individual studies.
One of the police officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor in March was charged Wednesday with first-degree wanton endangerment, but the officer whose shot killed Taylor was not indicted.
We are seeking volunteers from the UK and abroad to assist with our various online services. This is particularly because later this year we may be losing two of our current key volunteers that have supported us for almost a decade.
The very first ever National Mikey Powell Memorial Family Fund (NMPMFF) grant round closed on 7 September 2020, acknowledging the anniversary of Mikey Powell’s death.
15 years after Ken Fero’s ground-breaking film Injustice, which examined deaths in police custody, comes a compelling follow-up ‘Ultraviolence’ that feels as timely as ever. Screens at BFI Film Festival, 12 October 2020.
In a month when South Africans are observing the 43rd anniversary of the controversial death in police custody of Steven Bantu Biko, there seems to be a vital need today for leaders of his calibre.