Cycling in London is safer than motorcycling; is the Mayor under delivering on promises? (BikeSocial)

Article by Anton Shelupanov on BikeSocial: Cycling in London is safer than motorcycling; is the Mayor under delivering on promises? (external site)

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Motorcyclists Are Being Killed In Large Numbers In London, While Other Road Deaths Are Down. Why? (Huffington Post)

Article by Anton Shelupanov on Huffington Post: Motorcyclists Are Being Killed In Large Numbers In London, While Other Road Deaths Are Down. Why? (external site)

“Human rights with no money” – still time to avert a catastrophe

In a way, I’ve been very lucky. I cut my teeth in the world of human rights and prison reform mostly in the naughties (having started in ‘99), which globally I think was a golden decade for prison reform. Not because suddenly all the hawks became doves or there weren’t people being tortured or dying from Continue reading ““Human rights with no money” – still time to avert a catastrophe”

Justice Perestroika: managing prisons in a time of crisis

That sounds more like the title of a book or a social movement, but I just wanted to commit to writing a few thoughts about the possible scenarios facing us in the “developed” world in the coming months and years. Perhaps someday sooner rather than later I could gather some of these ideas in something a little more solid than an online repository, but until then I shall document these thoughts here.

Many of you will of course recognise that title as a reference to Continue reading “Justice Perestroika: managing prisons in a time of crisis”