EVENTS

festival-des-libertes-2016
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CRITIQUE CARCERALE/ Festival des Libertés (21/10) avec Juliette Beghin, Quentin Parete, Patrice Neirinck, Gregorio Carboni, Laurent Dumoulin, Chloe Branders, Julianne Laffineur, Luk Vervaet et Gideon Boie

POLITIQUE ET ARTISTIQUE, FESTIF ET SUBVERSIF, LE FESTIVAL DES LIBERTÉS MOBILISERA DU 20 AU 29 OCTOBRE 2016 TOUTES LES FORMES D’EXPRESSION POUR SE FAIRE LE TÉMOIN DE LA SITUATION DES DROITS ET LIBERTÉS, INCITER À LA RÉSISTANCE ET PROMOUVOIR LA SOLIDARITÉ. VENDREDI 21 OCTOBRE 2016 A 20H30 CRITIQUE CARCERALE : URGENCE DE DECONSTRUIRE ET NOUVEAU…

A man standing Summerhall
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Event : Friday 12thAugust at 1pm at Summerhall : “Real-life protagonists of Edinburgh Fringe prison plays to meet public”

Real-life protagonists of Edinburgh Fringe prison plays to meet public The protagonists of two powerful autobiographical prison plays are to come together this Friday 12thAugust at 1pm at Summerhall, where both their plays are being staged, to meet the public. Belgian Jean-Marc Mahy was sent to prison at the age of seventeen and spent almost 20…

Festival Edingburgh A man standing
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Belgian Play “A Man Standing” from Jean-Michel Van den Eeyden and Jean-Marc Mahy at Edingburgh International Festival (03 > 14/08)

United Kingdom of Belgium, now in Scotland ! in association with proudly presents – A MAN STANDING – Jean-Michel Van den Eeyden / Jean-Marc Mahy / Stephane Pirard Jean-Marc Mahy entered prison at the age of seventeen. He spent nearly 20 years detained, three of them in solitary confinement. On stage with performer Stephane Pirard,…

Hugo Pinell
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A tribute to Hugo Pinell, one of the longest-serving solitary confinement prisoners in the US, assassinated in prison

  Hugo Pinell, friend and comrade of Black Panther Georges Jackson, was murdered on the 12th of August 2015 at California State Prison, Sacramento, a maximum-security prison adjacent to the notorious Folsom State Prison. Hugo Pinell was imprisoned for 51 years of which 45 years in solitary confinement in San Quentin, Folsom and Corcoran, and…

Democracy Now! : Torture in U.S. Prisons? Historic Senate Hearing Takes Up Human Toll of Solitary Confinement (with Anthony Graves and James Ridgeway from Solitary Watch)
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Democracy Now! : Torture in U.S. Prisons? Historic Senate Hearing Takes Up Human Toll of Solitary Confinement (with Anthony Graves and James Ridgeway from Solitary Watch)

Source (photo : Solitary Watch’s James Ridgeway) Perhaps the most moving testimony Tuesday’s Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on solitary confinement came from death row exonoree Anthony Graves. Graves spent over 18 years on Texas’ death row for a crime he did not commit. Living in an 8 x 12 cell, he had little social contact,…

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