Reprieve delivers justice and saves lives, from death row to Guantánamo Bay.
Reprieve's legal director Cori Crider talks to Luke Brown about the ongoing hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay.
Reprieve's Director Clive Stafford Smith on the BBC World Service Global News Podcast discussing why Shaker Aamer is still being denied his freedom
By Jim Roope, CNN Radio, 09/05/2013
Maya Foa on Danish radio show 24syv Eftermiddag.
Clare Algar, executive director of Reprieve, discussing the Justice and Security Bill on BBC Radio 5
Free Nabil Hadjarab By David Morrissey Two weeks ago I rushed to a recording studio for a last minute job: to voice the words of a young French man named Nabil Hadjarab
The UK Government has announced that it is to resume the transfer of detainees to Afghan prisons - a practice they had previously been forced to stop due to clear evidence that the detainees were being tortured following their transfer.
Reprieve has identified a number of products that are being used by Guantanamo Bay medical staff to force-feed hunger-striking prisoners.
Last week a UN body effectively issued David Cameron his human rights MOT report card covered in red scribbles. The question is, will the government do the slightest thing about it?
On Friday night Channel 4 showed an excellent and very moving documentary about Yemeni teenagers on death row.
Supreme Court criticises Government over unnecessary use of “offensive” Secret Courts The UK Supreme Court has today hit out at Government lawyers over their unnecessary use of secret courts – known as Closed Material Procedures (CMPs).
David Cameron raises case of Guantanamo Brit with President Obama
A pharmaceutical company which has taken steps to prevent its product from being used in executions by lethal injection will today receive an award recognising its ethical leadership in the industry.
Obama needs to ‘show some spine’ on Guantanamo closure
At next week’s G8, David Cameron must raise with President Obama the case of a British resident who continues to be held in Guantanamo Bay without charge or trial, human rights charity Reprieve has said.
By Matt Sledge, Huffington Post, 19/6/13
By BBC News, 19/6/13
By Michelle Hennessy, The Journal, 19/6/13
By Chelsea J Carter & Kevin Liptak, CNN, 19/6/13
By Liz Goodwin, Yahoo News, 19/6/13