Witnesses of Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo recount their gut-wrenching accounts at the KL War Crimes Tribunal in a film by British journalist Lauren Booth
Join the author Victoria Brittain as she discusses the moving and at times shocking stories revealed in her latest book, with Iraqi novelist, artist and political activist Haifa Zangana.
Academy award-winning film that looks the torture practices of the US in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, focusing on an innocent taxi driver in Afghanistan who was tortured and killed in 2002.
The Cordoba Foundation discusses the definitions, classifications and causes of terrorism in an interview with Moazzam Begg
The use of “grasses” and the deployment of undercover police are at the centre of Britain’s counter-terrorism policy. These practices foster a culture of suspicion and have a profoundly damaging impact on British Muslim communities.
The labelling of political opponents as terrorists and the rapid erosion of justice shows that Egypt's revolution has almost come full-circle.
As bad as David Miranda's stop and detention were - the Muslim community have been victims of Schedule 7 for well over 10 years
Hunger striking is not easy - but it does not compare to what our brothers in Guantanamo are enduring.
We have carried out many high profile campaigns and produced ground-breaking reports on the lack of due process and the rule of law in the aftermath of the War on Terror. If you are committed to fighting for justice and the rule of law, then this may be the ideal opportunity for you.
With fears in Europe about potential terrorist threats coming from Europeans fighting in Syria, CagePrisoners talks to people on the ground who offer a different narrative.
Dr. Nancy Murray interviewing British author Victoria Brittain on her new book Shadow Lives: The Forgotten Women in the War on Terror
On 14 April 2013, CagePrisoners had the pleasure to speak in Brussels at a conference organised by the Collectif Réflexions Musulmanes (CRM). The enthusiasm was palpable at the venue since it was perhaps the first gathering of this kind in Belgium.
CagePrisoners has no political affiliations, but would urge all to step aside and show support for Dr Fauzia Siddiqui, the sister of Dr Aafia Siddiqui in the forthcoming elections in Pakistan.
Extradition and Guantanamos at home : Injustice & Talha Ahsan
Forgotten Women of the "war on terror"
Question Time - The Arab spring: beyond the confusion
March and rally for Shaker Aamer
Preventing terrorism or recreating Islam?
Documentary: The Judgment
After twelve years of torture Shaker Aamer's voice is heard - for a few seconds
Dr. Mahmoud al-Jaidah: Qatari national tortured in an Emirati prison
Blacklisted for being Muslim: On Quilliam, the EDL and the Islamophobia industry
Al-Qaeda? they don't know the ABC of it!
Stand fast for justice - my hunger strike - Part three