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Gallery4Justice is an initiative of 4WardEver Campaign UK, and is a showcase of the many images donated, volunteered or sourced from the World Wide Web.

“There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere, and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountaintop of our desires”.  Nelson Mandela

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Rallies & Demo’sSee details here
The United Families & Friends Campaign is a coalition of families and friends of those that have died in the custody of police, prisons and secure psychiatric hospitals. In 2006 over 200 people turned up to remember and demand justice for those who have been killed or beaten and abused in police custody, in prisons and mental health institutions.
Featured EventsSee details here
These are key historical and community events that have been reported to us, or that have been held by 4WardEver, The Mikey Powell Campaign for Justice, or in conjunction with third parties. In May 2010 Families and campaigners gathered in Leicester, UK to pay tribute to those that had died in custody.
ContributionsSee details here
This section features images from the war-torn regions of the Middle East exposing the brutality of all sides. Featuring also images donated by our visitors, and tributes to some of our heroes and sheroes that have made a difference in the struggles for justice and rights by their tireless and selfless contributions.
Victims: YouthSee details here
The use of restraint on children and young people is on the rise in secure training centres, figures in 2009-2010 revealed. Youth Justice Board (YJB) statistics, placed in the House of Commons library, show that for the three months between April and June 2009 restraint was used 535 times in England’s four secure training centres. A similar pattern is also evident worldwide.
Victims: AdultSee details here
Between 1969 and 1999 over one thousand people died in police custody in the UK alone, not counting deaths in prison and psychiatric institutions. No one has ever been convicted for any of these deaths. Over the last 30+ years a disproportionate number of these deaths were African-Caribbean men. A similar pattern is also evident worldwide.
Victims: Death RowSee details here
The death penalty violates the right to life. It is the ultimate cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment. It has no place in a modern criminal justice system. The question as to whether or not it is morally acceptable for the state to execute people, and if so under what circumstances, has been debated for centuries.
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