There was a protest at Glasgow City Halls for the Craigavon 2 on Saturday.
To complement the work of artist Anne Flynn and her popular, ongoing, miscarriage-of-justice focused exhibition in Glasgow’s Merchant City, on 3rd June we illuminated three public buildings in Glasgow with some less well-known truths about the Scottish Criminal Justice system and its egregious failings. The buildings we chose were the Tollbooth Steeple, the site of […]
Running until Friday 10 June, an exhibition of original art commissioned by MOJO is being held in Glasgow Merchant City. The artist, Anne Flynn, is a recent law graduate who volunteers with MOJO and is closely engaged with our work. Her art powerfully portrays the lived experience, and the personal trauma, of miscarriage of justice […]
Today, everyone at MOJO remembers our friend, former director and client Gerry Conlon on what would have been his sixty-eight birthday Gerry was born to his father Giuseppe Conlon and mother Sarah on 1 March 1954. Born and brought up in Belfast, he described his childhood as happy. In 1974, aged only 20, Gerry travelled […]