I’ve written a piece for the second issue of Proof magazine on open justice and access to courts, which I’ll share on this blog in due course.
In the meantime, here are the details of the magazine, which is available via the Justice Gap to buy. The Justice Gap website is a terrific resource, and congratulations to the editors for putting together an excellent special issue in print, with contributions from some excellent journalists and campaigners.
Hidden: the limits of open justice features new articles from Bob Woffinden, David James Smith, David Rose, Eric Allison, Ian Cobain, Louise Shorter and others. It includes a photo-essay by Andy Aitchison, a photographer who has been working prisons for 13 years, as well as the Open Justice Charter drafted by the Centre for Criminal Appeals’ founder Emily Bolton. The magazine is published by the Justice Gap, 96 pages and is £10. If you buy issues 1 and 2, for a short time it is £15.