We are a working group with members from ZHRO (Zimbabwe Human Rights Group), ROHR (Zimbabwe Restoration of Human Rights), MDC-A (Movement for Democratic Change Alliance) and ZAPU along with other Zimbabweans living in the UK and various organisations who have been coordinating efforts to stop the deportation of people back to Zimbabwe. We have gatheredContinue reading “Fight The Flight: Stop the Deportation to Zimbabwe”
Since all of the course places we announced on Tuesday have already sold out, we are announcing two further West Yorkshire intakes for August and September. We expect to be able to offer greater accessibility options on our September intake, and we’ll ask you for specifics about your requirements during the sign-up process.
UPDATE: More courses have been launched to meet demand! Details and links here. Guest post on behalf of the Unlearning Racism Collective, a project of The Racial Justice Network (RJN). If you’re white-identified and resident in West Yorkshire, you can now enrol for an individual or organisation-sponsored space on our intensive Unlearning Racism course, whichContinue reading “Unlearning Racism and White Accountable Action – JULY COURSE 1 SOLD OUT”
The report discusses issues that arose from new data obtained through a Freedom of Information (FOI) request from the period of March 2019 to June 2020 to all police forces in the UK.
Mobile biometric devices are handheld fingerprint scanners that police officers can use to check, on the spot, a person’s identity by matching the image of the fingerprint taken against the IDENT1 criminal record database and the Home Office
Cross-posted with the Stop The Scan campaign on 9th June In yet another alarming development the police use of Motorola’s PRONTO software (Police Reporting and Notebook Organiser, PRONTO) which includes the biometric fingerprint scanning app has been updated with COVID-19 penalty functions. This is the result of the emergency police powers granted by the newContinue reading “COVID-19 penalty functions added to police mobiles”
While we are still grappling with the current global situation that has torn through the heart of our communities we are beyond overwhelmed with the kindness of our friends, family and strangers. It is because of you, our volunteers and community leaders that we have been able to support those most impacted by COVID-19 lockdown.Continue reading “Your C-19 Donations: What Next?”
A donation wishlist to support the community through Coronavirus, and our letter to Leeds and Bradford councils.