No prisoner of conscience should be without the practical support they need, either during and after their ordeal.
It ran from 12:00 PM, 4 December 2015 to 5:00 PM, 14 December 2015
Registered Charity in England and Wales (213766)
All over the world, brave men and women are persecuted, often detained and tortured, due to their courageous stance against injustice. They may be suffering in a filthy prison or they may have had to flee their homes, leaving behind family and friends, arriving in a foreign country, traumatised and destitute.
We will offer practical support in the form of financial grants. A typical relief grant of ¬£500 can be a financial lifeline; addressing urgent medical needs, sustaining a family whilst a parent is incarcerated or helping with rehabilitation and family reunion upon release. We also have a separate Bursaries Fund, enabling prisoners of conscience in exile to convert their existing professional qualifications, allowing them to resume interrupted careers and rebuild shattered lives.
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