CAGE requests disclosure on government’s secretive theory underpinning ‘radicalisation’

(London, UK) - CAGE has submitted two letters requesting further information about the government’s Extremism Risk Guidance factors, also referred to as the ERG 22+, the secretive theory which appears to underpin the entire counter-terrorism strategy and the way in which individuals are assessed for ‘extremism’.

Nov 20, 2015 Editor Press Release
CAGE disappointed by Select Committee approach

(London, UK) – CAGE welcomes the fact that the Home Affairs Select Committee, led by Keith Vaz MP, is looking into the issue of radicalisation and its causes.

Nov 17, 2015 Editor Press Release
Emwazi should have been tried as a war criminal: CAGE

(London, UK) - Today’s reported killing of Mohammed Emwazi in Raqqa by US-UK air strike presents more questions than it does answers.

Nov 13, 2015 Editor Press Release
CAGE Africa opens Cape Town office

(Cape Town, South Africa) CAGE Africa has opened an office in Cape Town, South Africa in order to extend the organisation in Africa and continue to cement its support for the London office of CAGE. CAGE advocates for the rights of communities impacted by the War on Terror. We campaign for due process, the principle of the rule of law and dialogue as means of ending the War on Terror.

Nov 12, 2015 Editor Article
CAGE welcomes the release of Shaker Aamer

(London, UK) CAGE welcomes the release of Shaker Aamer after being imprisoned without charge or trial and tortured for 14 years. Aamer is scheduled to land at Biggin Hill Airport, South London this afternoon.

Oct 30, 2015 Editor Press Release
Urgent appeal for legal funds for Mosa Zemmouri

CAGE is launching an urgent appeal for funds for legal assistance for Mosa Zemmouri, who is currently languishing in solitary confinement in Belgium, pending upcoming court hearing.

Oct 29, 2015 Editor Article
Reactions to our High Court victory: a win for civil society

CAGE’s settlement with the Charity Commission in the High Court last week has been lauded as a victory for civil society and a positive development for Muslims. We summarise the reaction.

Oct 26, 2015 Editor Article
CAGE court victory exposes Charity Commission torture links

Following the recent court settlement in favour of CAGE, Outreach Director Moazzam Begg discusses the case and how it has revealed the shocking influence of those who support Guantanamo and torture within the Charity Commission.

Oct 23, 2015 Moazzam Begg Article

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