Against Racism, for Social Justice
Jan 30 2014
There is much to commend in No Place to Call Home, a potted history of Gypsies, Roma and Travellers in the UK and Ireland, but its reliance on police sources is worrying.
Jan 23 2014
An indictment of the treatment of poor North African migrants in Belgium and the devastating effects of incarceration has been published as a volume of poetry (in French).
Jan 9 2014
A graphic portrayal of the causes, the mechanics and the deadly effects of European migration policies makes the 2013 Atlas of Migration in Europe an indispensable resource.
Nov 21 2013
‘Pushed back’, the new report by migrant and refugee rights group ProAsyl, exposes the systematic abuses and human rights violations of the Greek border control regime.
Feb 14 2013
A new report by an Irish community group based in Liverpool is a call for help against growing far-right and Loyalist attacks.
Sep 13 2012
I found myself in a tearful state on my first visit to ‘The Robinson Institute’ exhibition, curated by artist Patrick Keiller in the main hall at Tate Britain - moved to tears, but wearing a big grinning smile on my face.
Aug 9 2012
In June, the second review of terrorism acts was published by David Anderson, QC, the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation. Given the limits of his remit, he has provided a circumscribed critique. Nonetheless, the report points towards possible reform of the now well-entrenched terrorism laws.
Jul 26 2012
Fair’s Fair, a new free educational resource by Playfair 2012, aims to raise awareness of the human rights abuses of workers who make sporting goods for the Olympics and other major sporting events.
Jul 11 2012
On 5 July, Fully Focused Productions’ one-hour documentary Riot from Wrong premiered as part of the East End Film Festival at the Rio Cinema, Dalston, just a few miles down the road from Tottenham police station, where the riots began nearly one year ago.