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Australia: Call for Contributions – Paper Chained 2018 – Prison Writings Journal

Paper Chained is a journal of writings and artistic expressions from individuals affected by incarceration. We are currently seeking contributions from prisoners, ex-prisoners and family members of prisoners for our second journal publication. Please circulate this callout throughout your networks. If you are currently in prison, have experienced time in prison or have a loved one in prison, we welcome …

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Greece – Prison struggle committee: United We Are Stronger

Necessary note: This text was written yesterday February 23rd before the abduction of fellow prisoner on hunger strike K.Giagtzoglou by the EKAM (special forces). An abduction which on one hand confirms what we write bellow, but simultaneously proves that when we say that nothing from now on will remain unanswered, it goes twice now. Today was a great victory for …

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Turkey: Health of Imprisoned Grup Yorum Member Dilan Poyraz Seriously Worsening

Dilan Poyraz, imprisoned member of  the left-wing folk music band Grup Yorum who has been in prison for 9 months in Silivri Prison and has been experiencing serious health problems, has been sent to Gebze Women’s Prison. Dilan’s father, Ali Poyraz, says “There is blood coming out from my daughter’s mouth and nose, there is nothing being done about this” “At Silivri …

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Greece: Syrian Revolution – Anarchist initiative from Korydallos Prison

As events as such write the modern world history, all revolutionary movements need to process the information available, discuss and come to conclusions and eventually choose sides and fight without failing to take the context of this historical reality into account. The text on hand does not set out to provide an exhaustive historical narrative. Yet, it does set out …

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Bulgaria: Update on Prisoner Protests in Sofia and Kazichene Prisons

Sofia Prison: The hunger strike by around 30 prisoners in Sofia Prison has ended. The prisoners have not released a statement but it is understood that the prison director Peter Krestev reopened the prison shop, the closing of the shop is what prompted the hunger strike. Meanwhile, the symbolic protests for basic human rights to be respected in Bulgarian prisons are continuing. …

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