Do you go to protests or rallies?

Have you witnessed – or been the victim of – aggressive, unfair or disproportionate behaviour by the police, private security or someone else whilst protesting? It’s time to challenge it! Protest Justice empowers and supports people in making complaints about these actions to hold the perpetrators to account. Our work is supported by Netpol, GBC and a number of legal professionals.

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Police at #LabourConference2019 need to ease off.

They pulled up my delegate friend because of an extinction rebellion sticker on her bag, took her details and asked if she ‘was thinking of causing any trouble’

They then asked for mine. I refused as they have no legal right.

Continuing to enjoy this know-your-rights street briefing on Lambeth Bridge yesterday. Legal support isn't something undertaken solely by organisations like ours: it's a collective responsibility and a practical form of solidarity #ClimateStrike

Huge crowd gathered in Truro for #GlobalClimateStrike. This is just one town in Cornwall. This is massive. Love and solidarity to all out today.

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2 days ago

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An awesome and powerful picturethe sheer *global-ness* of this climate strike is wild, and makes the clearest case I've seen for how urgent (and personal!) the climate crisis is across the world.

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2 days ago

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Such a powerful and hard hitting round up of global events. We must stand on the shoulders of our youth and demand radical change. During the #globalclimatestrike yesterday more than 4600 protest events took place across 139 countries with 70 unions, 500 organisations and a 1000 companies supporting the action.

#demandprotestjustice
#notnegotiable
#actnow
#doordie
#climatecrisis
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2 days ago

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We're F*cked: A Message from the Government ...

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