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Exercise - Sarah Pickering Public Order


I was curious about this work as I am familiar with the “ghost town” of Imber. So in an odd way the images feel almost familiar to me.  305 more words

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Only Malaysians can save Malaysia

October 9, 2017

Only Malaysians can save Malaysia

by Mariam Mokhtar@www.malaysiakini.com

Two Respected Malaysian Activists–Farouk A. Peru and Mariam Mokhtar

COMMENT | The Malaysian Special Branch is one of the most effective in the world. 807 more words


Durga puja, Moharram, communal harmony in Bengal

Ban on Idol immersion on 1st October 2017 in West Bengal

Validity of ban on day of Moharram

Durga Puja is celebrated throughout the State and epitomizes the victory of the good against the evil. 1,188 more words

Personal Law

Bristol Law School academics discuss public safety at ENABLE UK

On September 12th and 13th Matthew Hall (Law) and Dr James Hoggett (Criminology) attended a two-day training workshop/research project at Manchester University. The project, ENABLE UK is funded by the N8 Policing Research Collaboration and runs in collaboration with the Keele Academic Policing Collaboration. 207 more words

Bristol Law School

"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