On 4th June 2015 we will be screening the new documentary film from Standoff Films, ‘Working Illegally’ which looks behind politicians’ rhetoric, the closed walls and barbed wire of UK border enforcement.
Author: Zinzi Eka-Naphtali
Home secretary Theresa May has expressed solidarity with those who have lost family members as a result of deaths in custody). In a revealing letter she echoed the sentiments of families who feel let down by the IPCC.
More than 500 black and ethnic minority individuals have died in suspicious circumstances while in state detention over the past 24 years, but not a single official has been successfully prosecuted, a report has revealed.
Three months after Tanisha Anderson lost her life, the community is still waiting for answers. The 37-year-old died in November after her mother called 911 while Anderson was having a “mental health episode.”
The Independent Advisory Panel (IAP) on Deaths in Custody Parliamentary Log provides a summary of all Parliamentary business concerning deaths in state custody since 1 April 2009.
High Court judges have granted prosecutors permission to retry a man accused of murdering the Lanarkshire waiter Surjit Singh Chhokar in 1998.
Migrant Media has released the film ‘Burn’ online. “Collective memory is the fire that never dies. All power to the people”. In August 2011 Britain was on fire – what was the spark that led to the crisis?
Prosecutors want a panel of three judges to give them permission to try three men for the murder of Surjit Singh Chhokar in 1998. The hearing is scheduled to last four days.