It's Time To Get Organised

The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act introduces new powers for policing demonstrations, enabling police to clamp down even more on protests they deem “disruptive”.

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Respect or Repression? An independent report into the policing of COP26

Our new report tells a shocking story – one of intimidation, harassment and police violence which left Glasgow immersed in two weeks of chaos. Read, download and share.

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Aggravated Activism – we take it and we own it

Aggravated Activism – we take it and we own it

Anarchist Bookfair workshop supports call for celebration of all the “Aggravated Activists” This article first appeared on the Freedom website on 22 September 2022 Participants at a workshop organised by Netpol at this year’s Anarchist Bookfair in London have...

Anti-royal arrests: the after-effects

Anti-royal arrests: the after-effects

Following the recent publicity surrounding anti-monarchy protest arrests, Netpol is publishing this guest piece from Hannah Chutzpah who was arrested during the royal wedding in 2011. As the post highlights, while this type of repression is appalling, it is nothing...