Reprieve delivers justice and saves lives, from death row to Guantánamo Bay.
on 12 August 2010
A life-size death row cell replicating the real cell of British grandmother Linda Carty, now facing imminent execution in Texas, opens today in London.
on 10 August 2010
Reprieve announces the launch of Death’s Waiting Room, a life-size death row cell outside St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, at 1pm Thursday 12th August.
on 03 August 2010
Ex-Guantánamo prisoner Abdul Aziz Naji indicted on mysterious charges in Algeria following forced repatriation by Obama Administration; grave fears for the safety of British resident Ahmed Belbacha.
on 28 July 2010
Take action for Ahmed Belbacha, before it's too late.
on 20 July 2010
In a letter copied to the Prime Minister, Reprieve has requested that Sir Peter Gibson step aside as the judge leading the Torture Inquiry, as his impartiality is fatally compromised.
on 14 July 2010
Documents released last night in the Binyam Mohamed civil court case reveal that then-Prime Minister Tony Blair personally overruled the Foreign and Commonwealth Office's demand for consular access to British 'ghost' prisoners.
on 06 July 2010
Reprieve is delighted by the announcement of an inquiry on torture allegations, but insists 1) it cannot restore the reputation of the British security services unless its findings are made public and 2) the inquiry must address the official policy under which the intelligence agents were working at the time.
on 02 July 2010
Reprieve has today launched a new investigative project tackling the culture of torture and impunity in police stations across Pakistan.
on 29 June 2010
Reprieve has today written to the Coalition Government, proposing a structure for a full independent inquiry into allegations of complicity in torture by the British Intelligence and Security Services.
on 28 June 2010
The High Court today confirmed that Reprieve had good reason to seek judicial review of the Government’s ‘torture policy’ – guidance given to intelligence field agents on responding to evidence of torture -- but refused to proceed with the claim on the basis of a new Government promise made to the court.