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Case 4: The Multiplicities of Polytechnique (2009)

Actions and Behaviours

Director Denis Villeneuve’s 2009 Black & White docudrama Polytechnique is a retelling of the massacre that happened on December 6th, 1989 in which 14 women, including the male killer himself were shot and killed based on the murderer’s misogynistic hatred for ‘feminism’. 3,588 more words


Harperley - Team Reports

30 JULY 2005

Cindy Nunn (API), Terry Smith (Team Phenomena), Paul Loseby (guest), Gav Hitchinson (Team Phenomena) 2,190 more words


Peter Hoentsch - POW at Harperley

Cindy “met” Peter Hoentsch through email while conducting research into the history of the Harperley POW Camp. They have since become good friends and Peter has shared many of his memories about his time as a radio operator for German naval forces and his experiences as a prisoner at Harperley. 1,873 more words


Harperley POW Camp - A Brief History

Harperley Prisoner of War Camp, co. Durham, UK – Camp 93

There were approximately 1500 POW camps in WW2 in Britain but only 100 were purpose built, such as Harperley. 744 more words


No justification for ban on prisoner voting

By Erwin James – InsideTime Editor in Chief

Last month Shami Chakrabarti stepped down as Director of Liberty, the civil liberties advocacy organisation where she worked for 14 years, 12 as head. 1,413 more words


Dutch prisons are closing because the country is so safe — and no one really knows why

(Source: www.techinsider.io)

Something odd is happening in the Netherlands.

Government documents recently obtained by Dutch newspaper The Telegraaf reveal five prisons are closing down in the Netherlands just three years after the government announced 19 others were closing. 622 more words


Economics and Incarceration

Harsh Criminal Justice Policies Hurt The Economy, White House Says

The economy is rarely something we associate with the criminal justice system due to the other persistent issues arising. 713 more words