A walk devised with the support of the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust for inclusion in So We Live: the novels of Alexander Baron, a book edited by Susie Thomas, Andrew Whitehead and Ken Worpole and published in June 2019 by Five Leaves. Alexander Baron was brought up in the streets where Stoke Newington shades … Continued
SOLIDARITY is about the secretive methods used against UK activists and trade unionists. In the film blacklisted construction workers and activists spied on by the police share their ongoing struggles.Blacklisting in the UK construction industry impacted thousands of workers who were labelled ‘troublemakers’ for speaking out and secretively denied employment. Activists uncovered alarming links between workplace blacklisting and undercover policing. Solidarity attentively follows meetings … Continued
List of winners
Read the latest reports by Connor Woodman, this year’s Amiel & Melburn Trust fellow in partnership with the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.
New appointment for 2017-18 The Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust in partnership with The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies is pleased to announce the appointment of Connor Woodman as research fellow for 2017-18. The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies is an independent educational charity that advances public understanding of crime, criminal justice … Continued
The Amiel & Melburn Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Joe Lo as this year’s Research Fellow. Joe will be working with Campaign Against Arms Trade on research into the political influence of the arms and security sectors in the UK, analysing the connections between companies and the government with a view to underpinning CAAT’s policy recommendations, … Continued
Trust-funded film about a long-distance runner who become a symbol of the West Saharan national liberation movement
Trustee Nina Fishman died on 5th December 2009. Neal Lawson remembers her.
Dave Cope’s Bibliography of the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) is a hugely valuable resource.
Black Gold, a film documentary supported by the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust, was part of the official selection of the London Film Festival 2006.