Social justice campaigners, the Reclaim Justice Network (1), are giving media advance notice that Network shareholders will be attending the G4S Annual General Meeting in Sutton, London (2) on Thursday 26 May, to call for G4S’ immediate withdrawal from all Care & Justice services in the UK. For the third year running, members of the … Continue reading
On Saturday, 14 May, the Reclaim Justice Network and Islington Kill the Housing Bill organised a march to Holloway prison. The demonstration, attended by around 80 activists, was supported by the local MP and leader of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn along with other local and national organisations. The demonstration marched from Holloway Road to … Continue reading
On 9 November 2015, the British Government announced a ‘prison building revolution’, committing to the construction of 9 new prisons across England and Wales. The Reclaim Justice Network has issued the following statement and is inviting people to offer support to this statement. The Network is organising a public meeting to discuss the impact of … Continue reading
Abi Amey reports on the 2015 G4S AGM On Thursday 4 June 2015, Will McMahon and I attended the G4S AGM as part of the Reclaim Justice Network. Along with a number of other supporters of the Reclaim Justice Network, we had each purchased a single share in G4S to enable us to attend the … Continue reading
This film explores some of the contradictions and problems with punishment and criminal justice approaches to tackling social problems. Through interviews with Canadian activists (including the late Ruth Morris), prison advocacy workers and former prisoners, a strong case is made in favour of radical decarceration and penal abolition.