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"Rapidly improving" technology may be bad for your health

I’ve just seen this newspaper report (below). “Police will use facial recognition software”, it says, “to scan the faces of tens of thousands of revellers at this year’s Notting Hill Carnival” (a multi-ethnic, multicultural, multi-everything annual festival). 545 more words

Roles of the Activist Lawyers Network

Solicitors can play a vital role in protecting the civil, political and human rights of activists seeking positive change. They can help demystify the law and legal processes, provide concrete information and help activists make informed choices about protest action. 905 more words

Human Rights

About the Anti-Mask (Public Order) Bill

Since our article Anti-Mask Laws proposed in Victoria, was published last month the Crimes Amendment (Public Order) Bill 2017 has been introduced and passed in the Victorian Legislative Assembly so we now know what this new anti-protest law entails. 1,183 more words

Human Rights

Project 4, The Gallery Wall - documentary as art, exercise - Pickering Public Order


Sarah Pickering’s series Public Order isn’t what it might first appear to be. The images are a series of documentary photographs of police training grounds. 259 more words


Anti-mask laws proposed in Victoria

Performance artist and activist: Benny Zable. Photo: Wanagi Zable-Andrews

Artist and activist Benny Zable (pictured above) has been wearing a mask at protests throughout Australia for over 30 years. 1,942 more words

Human Rights

Hong Kong police chiefs rush to repair damage over remarks comparing jailed officers to Jews persecuted by Nazis

Force will meet German and Israeli consulates offended by sergeant’s Holocaust reference at rally

By Christy Leung and Elizabeth Cheung
South China Morning Post

PUBLISHED : Friday, 24 February, 2017, 11:40am… 569 more words

Sarah Pickering - Public Order

Sarah Pickerings Public Order series gives us a very clear insight into a different world.

Sarah Pickering – Public Order

We wouldn’t normally see streets that are devoid of people but series shows us exactly that. 220 more words