FREE websites for affected families

The Family Web Pages Collective

Family Web Pages is a FREE service provided by 4WardEver UK in association with First Stop Web Design for affected families and campaign groups.

Family Web Pages (FWP) is a free website design service for families. It was driven by our own experiences of deaths in custody, and the difficulties of getting engaged with the wider public to tell our own story in place of the distorted information often put out by the Press. FWP has already assisted a number of families both in the UK and abroad.

As part of our ongoing commitment to support families affected by custody deaths and abuses through exposure to the public, In November 2005 we launched the volunteer-led  ‘Family Web Pages Collective.’

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Activists warned as social media monitoring becomes 'next big thing in law enforcement'

originally by: The Independent
published: 1 October 2012

Political activists must watch what they say on the likes of Facebook and Twitter, sites which will become the “next big thing in law enforcement”, a leading human rights lawyer has warned.

John Cooper QC said that police are monitoring key activists online and that officers and the courts are becoming increasingly savvy when it comes to social media. But, speaking to The Independent, he added that he also expected that to drive an increase in the number of criminals being brought to justice in the coming months.

“People involved in public protest should use social media to their strengths, like getting their message across. But they should not use them for things like discussing tactics. They might as well be having a tactical meeting with their opponents sitting in and listening.

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FREE websites for affected families

The Family Web Pages Collective

Family Web Pages is a FREE service provided by 4WardEver UK in association with First Stop Web Design for affected families and campaign groups.

Family Web Pages (FWP) is a free website design service for families. It was driven by our own experiences of deaths in custody, and the difficulties of getting engaged with the wider public to tell our own story in place of the distorted information often put out by the Press. FWP has already assisted a number of families both in the UK and abroad.

As part of our ongoing commitment to support families affected by custody deaths and abuses through exposure to the public, In November 2005 we launched the volunteer-led  ‘Family Web Pages Collective.’

Continue reading