Saleyha Ahsan

Exiled Libyan psychiatrist returns to heal the hidden wounds of war

Dr. Omar Reda (courtesy of Omar Reda)

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan, Michael May on 13 May 2011 | 2 Comments

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From Our Own Correspondent

'A soldier needs to be sure that if he dies his body will be repatriated and his family looked after; or that if he is injured, everything possible will be done to get him away from the battlefield to help him recover.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 11 February 2011 | 0 Comments

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Web of secrets still clouds control orders

Control orders, in their revised form, still deny the right of an accused individual to have a fair trial, to hear the evidence against them in an open court and to be punished appropriately for any crime they have committed.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 28 January 2011 | 0 Comments

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Living in the shadows

Detainee Y – as he is known – is a former ricin trial defendant who was fully acquitted. He has written this open letter to explain in his own words the system that he and eight other foreign nationals are subject to – conditions largely unknown to many. 

Posted by Detainee Y on 19 January 2011 | 0 Comments

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SECRET EVIDENCE-The Film

A 25 min documentary looking at how the use of secret evidence is spreading across the British justice system.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 17 November 2010 | 0 Comments

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Secret Evidence Film Trailer

Trailer for feature length documentary about the growing use of secret evidence in the UK and the impact it has had on individuals affected.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 31 August 2010 | 0 Comments

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The Desert Foxes Trailer

As Algeria approaches its 50th year of independence we look at its turbulent history told through its story of football.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 10 August 2010 | 0 Comments

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Guantánamo: holding the 'healers who harm' accountable

Guantánamo Bay lingers, hanging like an odious smell, but calls for professional accountability are breaking through. Medical personnel who took their place inside interrogation cells are now being questioned about their conduct. Whatever political cover existed under the torture-marred reign of the Bush/Rumsfeld/Blair triad has now gone.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 13 July 2010 | 43 Comments

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NHS needs more doctors, not targets

I want to abolish a management myth. Although only a mere A&E doctor, I do actually have an awareness of time. It is an essential element within patient care, drummed in from early student days. Time is the enemy.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 25 June 2010 | 0 Comments

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