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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The text of the General Comment on the right to peaceful assembly is now available!

"The fundamental human right of peaceful assembly enables individuals to express themselves collectively and to participate in shaping their societies."

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“In London, black people are four times more likely than white people to be subject to a stop and search. This rises when the requirement of ‘reasonable grounds’ is removed under section 60, to more than 11 times in London and higher elsewhere”

After five years of feeling compelled to hide my identity, I've made the decision to reclaim my name from those who stole my trust and my life. Truth is power.
Love and solidarity ❤

Over in the version of Twitter most of us avoid, made up of lobby correspondents and other weird Westminster obsessives, the right wing, pro-nuke, anti-union Julian Lewis is hailed as some kind of hero for not being Chris Grayling. This is is why I mute all political journalists

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