4WardEver Sounds 4 Justice

Man playing guitarby 4WardEver UK
published: 28 March 2013

Since its development in 2004 4WardEver has maintained its primary function and ethos, to provide news and information relating to deaths in custody, and exposing the injustices of capital punishment, torture and state terror.

We have been involved in, organised and managed many events over the years in collaboration with families, campaign groups and civil liberty groups both in the UK and abroad.

Various Artistes Profiles
This section contains information and track samples of various artists writing progressive music and supporting human rights and social justice. Includes Benjamin Zephaniah, The Tribunes, Yaz Alexander, The Welfare Poets, INJUSTICE CD & Capital ‘X’ Punishment.

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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.’

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4WardEver UK Appeal

We need your help!

1st June 2012 marked 6 years since the establishment of 4WardEver UK. Would you like to see it around for another 5 years?


See our donation page >

All 4WardEver Campaign UK donations are received and managed by Tippa Naphtali, (through Naphtali & Associates)

4WardEver UK was launched on 1st June 2006 by Tippa Naphtali the cousin of Mikey Powell, who died in the custody of West Midlands police, Birmingham, UK in September 2003. Our purpose is to provide a one-stop-resource for profiles, news, event details, appeals, and more in relation to deaths in custody and other injustices in the UK and internationally.

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