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The Pat Finucane Centre at Féile an Phobail 2017

The PFC is making two presentations at this year's Féile an Phobail. (1) Torture and the Legacy of Colonialism and (2) How Statistics Are Twisted For Political Purposes

Police Ombudsman Asks "Is Funding Crisis" Mechanism to Prevent Truth?

The North's Police Ombudsman Highlights A Funding Crisis And The Human Cost To Bereaved Families

Tamil Widow's Complaint to NI Ombudsman On RUC "Shoot-to-Kill"

Declassified British official documents reveal that, in 1983, the RUC advised police officers in Sri Lanka on counter-insurgency methods shortly after a new "special unit" shot dead six men in County Armagh.

British Empire-Students should be taught history of colonialism say historians

Article from the Independent with comments from various historians regarding the need to teach the history of colonialisation in British universities.

Witness Appeal: Kathleen Thompson, Derry 1971

CORONER SEEKS WITNESSES IN RELATION TO KILLING OF KATHLEEN THOMPSON IN DERRY IN 1971 WITNESS CLINIC TODAY: VERBAL ARTS CENTRE, 10AM-6PM

Public Meeting (29 June) - "Collusion - The Hard Evidence"

Margaret Urwin of JFF and Anne Cadwallader of the PFC will present evidence from previously "Top Secret" British government files proving that collusion between London and the UDA/UVF was widespread throughout the conflict.

Event to Mark International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

Today, 26th June, marks the International Day in Support of the Victims of Torture. The PFC, along with our colleagues in CAJ, Amnesty International and Matrix Chambers will today outline evidence of torture carried out by the RUC and British Army during the 1970's in the north of Ireland at an even...

US Report Highlights Vilification of NI Lawyers In Legacy Cases

Lawyers Representing Bereaved Families Must Be Respected And Free From Intimidation

Kenyan Mau Mau: official policy was to cover up brutal mistreatment

The Kenyan rebellion case could be groundbreaking in making the connection between wrongdoing and government action

Britain has said sorry to the Mau Mau. The rest of the empire is still waiting

British colonial violence was brutal, and systematic. If there is any justice, the Mau Mau's stunning legal victory should be the first of many