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On Gangsta Rap and Jihadi Songs

In this piece, Asim Qureshi, Research Director at CAGE writes for Media Diversified on the expression and influence of music be it "Gangsta rap" or "jihadi nasheeds", the impact is has on cultures and attitudes towards grievances across the political spectrum.

Jul 03, 2015 Asim Qureshi Article
CAGE Ramadan Appeal 2015

The most blessed time of Ramadan is fast approaching. This is a golden chance for you to gain rewards by giving charity during these last 10 days and helping us to continue standing firm against injustice.

Jul 02, 2015 Editor Article
CAGE publishes leaked PREVENT training DVD

(London, UK) A source has leaked crucial elements of the PREVENT training module WRAP to CAGE and now for the first time, and in the interest of greater public debate and scrutiny, CAGE is publishing the material.

Jul 01, 2015 Editor Press Release
Cameron will not engage with the only people able to stop the IS narrative #Tunisia

Moazzam Begg, Outreach Director at CAGE writes this piece for the Middle East Eye following the recent attacks in Tunisia. He states it was a Western backed authoritarian government in Tunisia that suppressed Islam and aided the rise of groups such as the Islamic State.

Jul 01, 2015 Moazzam Begg Article
UK government must be investigated for complicity in drone strikes

(London, UK) CAGE calls for a full investigation into the role of the UK in US extrajudicial killings, after documents provided to the Guardian by Edward Snowden showed UK complicity in US drone strikes.

Jun 25, 2015 Editor Press Release
CAGE to take legal action against the Charity Commission

The advocacy group CAGE has today commenced judicial review proceedings against the Charity Commission for what it believes is an unlawful exercise of powers in the wake of the Mohammed Emwazi case and the subsequent pressure exerted by the Commission on charities associated with CAGE.

Jun 03, 2015 Editor Press Release
The Extremism Bill is a means of silencing dissenters and critics

CAGE condemns the draconian proposals set out in the new Extremism Bill announced yesterday as part of the Queen’s speech.

May 28, 2015 Editor Press Release
Measures against ‘extremist’ speakers undermine the rule of law

CAGE condemns the proposed measures against ‘extremist’ speakers, as yet another assault on the rule of law, and an unnecessary device to propagate the ‘enemy within’ narrative expounded by extreme elements within the current government.

May 14, 2015 Editor Press Release

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CAGE Brochure

This is our brochure which highlights some of our work over the past year but also provides a history of our work since we began. You can download the brochure and below are some screenshots for what you can find inside: MESSAGE OF THANKSThe last couple of years have seen great challenges for CAGE while at the same time many triumphs. Since ...

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