Reprieve delivers justice and saves lives, from death row to Guantánamo Bay.
British grandmother Linda Carty was wrongfully sentenced to death by a Texan court and is now dangerously close to execution.
Clive Stafford Smith joins the panel of No Pressure to be Funny (Critics' choice - The Guardian) for its return to the West End on 12th October at 8pm.
Beaconsfield gallery is curating a show of photographs and videos documenting the havoc wrought by drones firing missiles in the North Waziristan region of Pakistan. The photos will be published for the first time next week.
The surviving victim of a man facing execution in the US for shootings carried out in the aftermath of September 11th will be speaking on Thursday 7 July at the Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in London about his campaign to save his attacker’s life.
Starring Ed Byrne, Andi Osho, Nick Revell, Shappi Khorsandi, Alistair Barrie, Hal Cruttenden, Dan Antopolski, Doc Brown - further acts to be announced.
Amicus is a charity that assists those representing impoverished people facing execution in the United States. They offer legal and humanitarian assistance by placing individuals in capital defence offices throughout the United States.
Le Bon Temps Rouler at Ground Floor Left, Enterprise House, Tudor Grove, London E9 7 QL 7th May 2011 from 3.30pm till 11pm
Edmund Clark's online photography exhibition documents the experiences of prisoners and guards at Guantanamo by illustrating three different ideas of domestic space.
A documentary on Paco Larrañaga will be screened at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, which will run from 20th April to 1st May at cinemas across lower Manhattan. The film is one of the selected World Documentary Features.
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to London from 24 March - 1 April with a programme packed full of documentaries and dramas set to inspire, inform and trigger debate.