Repression

Bail conditions used as a tool to limit political dissent: An interview with Pete Simpson

This is an interview with Pete Simpson, an anarchist activist who

Support Nûdem Durak

This year, Kurdish singer Nûdem Durak was sentenced to ten and a

Undercover policing and the Pitchford Inquiry

Writing for Corporate Watch, the Undercover Research Group give their take

‘Gezi will never die’: Two years on from the Gezi Uprising

Over the coming months Corporate Watch will be releasing a series

Will the Supreme Court give police the ‘right’ to mass surveillance?

Pictured above – John Catt, who took a case against the

Turkish military vehicle supplier exhibiting in Birmingham next week

A company which boasts that it is “the main supplier to

Re-visiting NETCU – Police Collaboration with Industry

Throughout its six year history, from 2004 until 2011, the National

Avoiding accountability: Life in Ramleh prison hospital

Corporate Watch has been investigating the companies involved in the Israeli

‘If you don’t fight, you’ve already lost’

Debbie Vincent, an animal rights activist from the Stop Huntingdon Animal

Ex-oil and gas worker among those convicted for blockading Cuadrilla

Four out of nine anti-fracking campaigners have been found guilty of

Animal rights activist convicted as repression of activists in the UK intensifies

An animal rights activist has been convicted of conspiracy to blackmail

Cases dropped against arms fair campaigners

This week the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) discontinued a case against

Campaigner followed from home by Counter Terror Command

An activist involved in the campaign against the forthcoming NATO summit

Anti-fracking defendants found not guilty as movement grows

Eleven anti-fracking campaigners have been found not guilty after a three

Take action against the arrest and harassment of Sireen Khudairy

Corporate Watch is calling for solidarity with Sireen Khudairy, a 24