Corruption, spying, racism and accountability

Corruption, spying, racism and accountability

A two-day conference with a focus on understanding and challenging the problem of police corruption, spying and racism in the UK. 

  • Friday 6 and Saturday 7 February 2015, 9-5pm.
  • Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

Speakers include:

  • Rosa Curling – Leigh Day Solicitors
  • Rebekah Delsol – Open Society
  • Rob Evans – Guardian journalist
  • Dr Jules Holroyd – University of Nottingham
  • Professor Gus John – Honorary Fellow, Institute of Education
  • Rebecca Roberts – Centre for Criminal and Justice Studies
  • Dr Mike Shiner – London School of Economics
  • Helen Steel – Environmental activist
  • Mark Thomas – Political satirist and reporter
  • Dr Patrick Williams – Birnberg, Pierce and Partners solicitors
  •  Janet Alder – Sister of Christopher Alder
  • Raju Bhatt – Bhatt Murphy Solicitors (TBC)
  • Professor Ben Bowling – King’s College London
  • Richard Garside – Centre for Crime and Justice Studies
  • Courtenay Griffiths QC
  • Suresh Grover – The Monitoring Group
  • Imran Khan – Lawyer to the Stephen Lawrence family
  • Dame Doreen Lawrence
  • Lee Lawrence – Son of Cherry Groce
  • Paul O’Connor – Director of Pat Finucane Centre, Derry
  • Sukdev Reel – Mother of Ricky Reel
  • David Rose – Investigative journalist
  • Stafford Scott – Tottenham Rights

Related links

Centre for Crime and Justice Studies

The Monitoring Group

Facebook event listing

Download a flyer (pdf file, 53kb)

Co-organised by The Monitoring Group and the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.