Sites of Resistance invite you to join us at 6pm Wednesday 21st November 2018 at Number 70 Oxford Street, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, M1 5NH to discuss recent developments in fracking and anti-fracking protests, and the wider significance of this in terms of defending the right to protest. We are delighted to confirm that Richard … Continue reading This is No Small Fracking Matter
Since 2012, there is emerging a counter-narrative to the predominant discourse of the violent black ‘gang’ which we argue has been (ab)used to justify the over-policing and development of harmful criminal justice policies and practices which deliberately target black, mixed race, Asian and other minority ethnic groups and communities across England and Wales. Of note, … Continue reading Being Matrixed: The (over)policing of gang suspects in London.
Being removed from your family as a child and taken into the care of the state is inconceivable for many of us. Often the context is traumatic and, in 99% of cases, this intervention has nothing to do with the child’s behaviour. Yet the evidence reveals that down the line, when that child becomes an … Continue reading Adult Care Leavers: Battling a Care-less Process