published: 8 July 2020
4WardEverUK are extremely pleased to announce that the National Mikey Powell Memorial Family Fund (NMPMFF) have appointed Catalyst 4 Change CIC to organise a series of national live music and arts events (subject to current COVID-19 restrictions).
This has been made possible with a small part-funded grant from the Edge Fund together with investment from funds held by the NMPMFF.
In broad terms the role of the sessional organiser (with support and input from 4WardEverUK and Migrant Media) is to identify and manage opportunities for up to 3 major pay-to-attend events in 2020 / 2021 (subject to changes in COVID-19 rules) which will help to raise awareness of deaths and abuse in state custody, galvanise collaboration and raise money for the National Family Fund.
published: 14 June 2020
We are extremely pleased to announce that after 5 years of fundraising, the first ever National Mikey Powell Memorial Family Fund (NMPMFF) round will open for grant applications from 7 July 2020.
Important: Affected families and/or campaigns will need to be registered on the NMPMFF website before applying for grants from the fund – various partners are available to assist with applications.
The first round opens on 7 July and will close on 7 September 2020 (the 17th anniversary of the death of Mikey Powell) or when all funds set aside for this round have been allocated.
source: Migrant Media
published: 11 June 2020
Radical filmmakers Migrant Media have launched a Crowdfunding Campaign for completion of UV – the follow up film to the radical documentary Injustice about deaths in police custody in UK.
About Injustice: “The most important British documentary of my professional lifetime” Peter Bradshaw, Guardian Film Critic. Complete petition Channel 4 to screen ‘Injustice’ film >
UV (75minutes/2019/UK) is the feature length documentary which, like the film Injustice, follows the struggles for justice of families in the UK whose loved ones have been killed by the police. The film has taken 10 years to produce working with several families of people killed by the police.