Defend Freedom To Protest

The government’s new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill is an unprecedented attack on our freedom to protest. We have to fight against this Bill. But we need more than opposition – that’s why we’re launching a new Charter For Freedom of Assembly Rights.

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Policing Black Lives Matter protests in Britain in 2020

Netpol has published “Britain Is Not Innocent”, our 60-page report on the policing of this summer’s Black Lives Matter protests in Britain.  Read, download and share

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Submission: Clapham Common and Bristol Protests

Riot officers outside Bristol police station, 22 March 2021. PHOTO: Miles Cooper Submission to the Inquiry Into Respect For The Constitutional Rights To Free Expression And Free Assembly At The Clapham Common Vigil On 13 March 2021 And The Bristol Protests In March...

Figures reveal scale of Bristol protesters injured by police

At least 62 people injured by police violence in Bristol, new figures reveal. With significant misreporting from the media Bristol #KillTheBill protests, including false reports from Avon and Somerset police that officers had received injuries including broken bones,...