The Say I’m Innocent tour was at the University of Leicester last night, and will be at at the University of Cambridge tonight.
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 […]