The official report into the police shooting of a man whose death sparked the 2011 riots is facing a new challenge from human rights investigators who say a virtual model of the shooting shows its main conclusion is wrong.
Author: Tippa Naphtali
Representatives from Birmingham’s Irish community stood alongside relatives of the 21 people killed in the city by IRA terrorists as the region’s blackest night was remembered. 45 years on there was recollections of the victims.
The UFFC held its annual march in central London in October 2019, and they also helped the National Mikey Powell Memorial Family Fund to raise £180.00 selling promotional badges to over 60 of the people that attended the event.
Grieving families are facing a “shocking” injustice when trying to get legal aid funding for the inquest of a loved one who died in state care, campaigners claims.
4WardEverUK and Migrant Media have submitted a grant application to the Edge Fund for a project that would essentially be the provision of a sessional role for a National Organiser.
The Eritrean government must release the 11 politicians and 17 journalists who were arrested in 2001 after criticising President Isaias Afwerki’s rule, and have never been seen or heard from since, Amnesty International said today.
There are a few animated short films in the Oakland International Film Festival this year, but only one that mixes documentary story-telling with animation. “Unalienable Rights” tells the story of the 1978 MOVE confrontation.
Introduction by 4WardEverUK – “Although the articles featured on this page are a few years old, we felt it important to give this debate further exposure once more, and ask; “How can a condition not recognised by medical institutions be used to explain away controversial deaths”