Graphics and Resources

This page contains some graphics for social media, resources to have and share, links to some key guides and key contacts.

Know Your Rights on protest. This graphic lists the 5 Key Messages.

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Bustcards

Everyone should have one on a protest, physical ones are available from legal observers and well-prepared people. Bring as many as you can to share. Make sure it’s somewhere secure in case it falls out while arrested. 

Guides

Key contacts

Graphics

Know Your Rights on protest. This graphic lists the 5 Key Messages.

Know Your Rights on protest. This graphic lists the 5 Key Messages.

Know Your Rights on protest. This graphic lists the 5 Key Messages.

 

This is an A4 of our key messages

 

"Know Your Rights on Protests: 5 Key Messages" and raised fists of different skin tones

This graphic includes info about Key Message 1, No Comment

This graphic includes info about Key Message 2, No Personal Details

This graphic includes info about Key Message 3, What Power

This graphic includes info about Key Message 4, No Duty Solicitor

This graphic includes info about Key Message 5, No Caution

This graphic points people to the GBC website and protest support line

The above 7 graphics merged into a video:

 

The above 7 graphics merged into a video

Key Messages

Coronavirus

COVID-19 has lead to changes in policing & protest law which may affect the information in this guide. Please also read our guide to Coronavirus & Protest Law.

  • No Comment
  • You do not need to answer police questions, so don’t.

  • No Personal Details
  • You don't have to give details under ANY stop and search power.

  • No Duty Solicitor
  • Use a recommended solicitor with protest experience.

  • No Caution
  • They admit guilt for an alleged offence that might never get to court.

  • What Power?
  • Ask "What power?" to challenge a police officer to act lawfully.

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