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This Week In Court

This week in court, we highlight the politically charged case of rapper Subhas Nair, who is being charged for allegedly attempting to cause “ill-will” between different racial and religious groups.

This Week In Court

– week of 6th March – An elderly man with dementia appeared in court this week accompanied by his family. He required assistance to walk. He faced 4 charges, though it was not revealed during the hearing what those charges were. Court records showed that he had been remanded at IMH before for psychiatric observation.…

This Week In Court

This week in court, we highlight ways in which the our systems produce desperation and punish people for acting upon that desperation, such as being caned for overstaying your work visa, or getting told off by a judge for slouching after you’ve been waiting for your case for 2 hours

This Week In Court

This week in court, we explore the ways in which the bail system can be oppressive to not just the accused persons, but to bailors as well.

This Week In Court

This week in court, we shine a light on some of the circumstances that push youths into prison by diving into the case of a 15 year old boy who was sentenced to JRC

This Week In Court

This week in court we take a look at the challenges faced by migrant workers when they come into contact with the legal system

This Week In Court

This Week In Court we take a look at the case of a 65 year old cleaner whose first time in prison was when he was 19, and a young man being penalised for seemingly struggling to support his baby

Letters from Death Row Inmates

The following are letters, poems, and reflections written by Datchina, Kalwant, Nagaenthran, Pannir and Syed on their experiences being on death row, and their messages to loved ones. Letters from Datchina What allows me to be alive today? Is it the words from the judge, the law, my family, me or God? If man has…

Letters to Death Row Inmates

“I hope we can move towards a more loving, gracious, compassionate, and unified society that wants to understand, not just punish.” The following letters and artwork were created by people who attended the Stop The Killing events. Many expressed solidarity with people on death row and echoed calls to abolish the death penalty. Letters to…

ZINE: Abused

What if our system includes those who use drugs, as well as those around them? A zine on drug use and drug policy.


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