Twelve British human rights and media organisations have written to the head of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Mark Rowley, to protest about the force’s handling of pro-Palestine demonstrations in the capital. They accuse the Metropolitan Police, itself reeling under recent racism scandals, of bias in
Sir Mark Rowley Metropolitan Police Commissioner New Scotland Yard, 8-10, Broadway, London, SW1H 0AZ 8 December 2023 firstname.lastname@example.org Dear Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley, We the undersigned write to protest in the strongest possible terms the lack of operational independence shown by the
Israel is committing genocide right now, openly in front of the world. Our governments are refusing to support a ceasefire to end the genocide, instead they are cheer leading the slaughter, providing arms and political cover so that Israel can continue exterminating Palestinians with impunity.
This is a quick reminder that the latest issue of The Long View, ‘Through the Looking Glass: Searching for Justice’ is available to read online. Two of the essays focus on Palestine and how critical thinking and praxis can help liberate both Palestinians and
We are in the last phase of the dissolution of the Apartheid state, which is the last vestige of world colonialism. We can’t image it now because our imagination is colonised. But when you understand what decolonisation of the mind works, you will understand why
Arzu Merali outlines the urgent need for the Palestine solidarity movement to learn lessons from its fractured past It has been a traumatic and for some surprising week. The UK Home Secretary has labelled the peaceful and almost wholly – thus far – arrest
Please read through the following to be up-to-date on what powers can and can’t be used against protestors at demonstration in the UK. Information on this page is from Green & Black Cross SOLICITORS SPECIALISING IN HUMAN RIGHTS If you are arrested at a protest,