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Robbie Powell: Time for Truth, Justice and Accountability

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Tuesday, 17 Aug 2021, 14:20

In this article, Sharon Hartles examines Robbie Powell’s Injustice and in doing so unveils Will and Diane’s (Robbie Powell’s parents) relentless pursuit for truth, justice and accountability. Sharon Hartles is a member of the Open University’s Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.


Robbie Powell: Time for Truth, Justice and Accountability - Featured on The Patient Safety Learning Hub (17.08.21)

https://www.pslhub.org/learn/investigations-risk-management-and-legal-issues/robbie-powell-time-for-truth-justice-and-accountability-sharon-hartles-august-2021-r5020/


Originally published by: The Open University - The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) - Department of Social Policy & Criminology (OUSocPolCrim) - [Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative] [HERC]

This article was originally published on: 

https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/robbie-powell-time-truth-justice-and-accountability

This, and other publications I have written can be viewed here: 

The Open University, Research Centre, HERC Blogs

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Sharon Hartles - The Open University - Publications Updated - Crimes of the powerful

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Thursday, 2 Sep 2021, 19:14

Sharon Hartles is a member of the Open University’s Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative #HERC.

Published by: The Open University - The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) - Department of Social Policy & Criminology (OUSocPolCrim) - [Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative] [HERC]


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/robbie-powell-time-truth-justice-and-accountability


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-mesh-and-sodium-valproate-recommendations-and-uk-government%E2%80%99s-response


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/sodium-valproate-fetal-valproate-syndrome-tragedy


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/vagrancy-act-1824-consign-it-history


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/mesh-denial-half-truths-and-harms


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/brexit-migration-and-homelessness-new-terrain


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/homelessness-beyond-criminalisation-surviving-global-pandemic


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-next-steps-towards-justice


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-first-step-towards-justice


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/snc-lavalin-charges-settlement-have-lessons-been-learned


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Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate: Recommendations and the UK Government's response

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Wednesday, 8 Sep 2021, 21:41

In this article, Sharon Hartles examines the UK Government’s response in relation to the implementation of the recommendations set out in the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review, First Do No Harm report. She explores how the Government’s response has impacted on those allegedly harmed by the side effects of Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate. 

Sharon Hartles is a member of the Open University’s Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative #HERC.



Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate: Recommendations and the UK Government's response - Published on: The European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control (Activism Watchlist) -  (08/09/21) 

http://www.european-group.org/2021/09/06/primodos-mesh-and-sodium-valproate-recommendations-and-the-uk-governments-response/



Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate: Recommendations and the UK Government's response - Published on: The Centre for the Study of Crime, Criminalisation and Social Exclusion - (02/09/21) 

https://ccseljmu.wordpress.com/2021/09/02/primodos-mesh-and-sodium-valproate-recommendations-and-the-uk-governments-response/



Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate: Recommendations and the UK Government's response - Featured on The Patient Safety Learning Hub (09.08.21)

https://www.pslhub.org/learn/improving-patient-safety/primodos-mesh-and-sodium-valproate-recommendations-and-the-uk-government%E2%80%99s-response-sharon-hartles-august-2021-r4980/





Originally published by: The Open University - The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) - Department of Social Policy & Criminology (OUSocPolCrim) - [Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative] [HERC]

This article was originally published on: 

The Open University, Research Centre, Harm & Evidence Research Collaborative 06/08/21


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This, and other publications (below) can be viewed here: 

The Open University, Research Centre, HERC Blogs



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-mesh-and-sodium-valproate-recommendations-and-uk-government%E2%80%99s-response



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/sodium-valproate-fetal-valproate-syndrome-tragedy



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/vagrancy-act-1824-consign-it-history



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/mesh-denial-half-truths-and-harms



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/brexit-migration-and-homelessness-new-terrain



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/homelessness-beyond-criminalisation-surviving-global-pandemic



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-next-steps-towards-justice



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-first-step-towards-justice



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/snc-lavalin-charges-settlement-have-lessons-been-learned



https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2018/10/29/the-punitive-shift-towards-the-criminalisation-of-homelessness/





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Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Sunday, 18 Jul 2021, 15:50

In this article, Sharon Hartles reflects upon the significant impacts of avoidable harms that have been perpetuated for decades as a result of medical negligence on behalf of the regulator (Committee on Safety of Medicines) that advised the UK Licensing Authority on the safety of medicines and the manufacturer of Epilim (Sanofi). Sharon Hartles is a member of the Open University’s Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.



Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy - Published on: The Centre for the Study of Crime, Criminalisation and Social Exclusion - CCSE (18/06/21) 

https://ccseljmu.wordpress.com/2021/06/18/sodium-valproate-the-fetal-valproate-syndrome-tragedy/



Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy - Published on: IN-FACT UK - National Valproate Campaign (14/06/21) 

https://infactuk.com/2021/06/14/999/



Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy - Featured on The Patient Safety learning Hub (11/06/21) 

https://www.pslhub.org/learn/patient-safety-in-health-and-care/womens-health/sodium-valproate-the-fetal-valproate-syndrome-tragedy-r4746/




Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy - Featured on FACSA - Fetal Anti Convulsion Syndrome  Association - UK  (09/06/21) 







Originally published by: The Open University - The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) - Department of Social Policy & Criminology (OUSocPolCrim) - Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC)


This article was originally published on: 

The Open University, Research Centre, Harm & Evidence Research Collaborative 09/06/21


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This, and other publications (below) can be viewed here: 

The Open University, Research Centre, HERC Blogs



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/sodium-valproate-fetal-valproate-syndrome-tragedy



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/vagrancy-act-1824-consign-it-history



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/mesh-denial-half-truths-and-harms



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/brexit-migration-and-homelessness-new-terrain



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/homelessness-beyond-criminalisation-surviving-global-pandemic


https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-next-steps-towards-justice



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-first-step-towards-justice



https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/snc-lavalin-charges-settlement-have-lessons-been-learned



https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2018/10/29/the-punitive-shift-towards-the-criminalisation-of-homelessness/




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Vagrancy Act 1824: Consign it to history !

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Tuesday, 1 Jun 2021, 11:41

Vagrancy Act 1824: Consign it to history ! 


In this article, Sharon Hartles critically discusses how the Vagrancy Act 1824 has been implemented to target and criminalise the most vulnerable members of society. In doing so, she sheds light on why almost 200 years after its enactment, this piece of legislation must be repealed. Sharon Hartles is a member of the Open University’s Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.



Vagrancy Act 1824: Consign it to History ! can also be viewed on: The ICP Alliance (21/05/2021) 



Originally published by: The Open University - The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) - Department of Social Policy & Criminology (OUSocPolCrim) - Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC)







This article was originally published on: 

The Open University, Research Centre, Harm & Evidence Research Collaborative 11/05/21


This, and other publications (below) can be viewed here: 

The Open University, Research Centre, HERC Blogs










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Mesh: Denial, half-truths and the harms

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Monday, 12 Apr 2021, 23:01

Mesh: Denial, half-truths and the harms


In this article, Sharon Hartles critically discusses the harmful impacts of mesh medical devices against the backdrop of disempowerment, denial and half-truths. Sharon Hartles was awarded an MA in Crime and Justice (with distinction) from The Open University and is a member of the Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.



Published by: The Centre for the Study of Crime, Criminalisation and Social Exclusion (23/03/21)

https://ccseljmu.wordpress.com/2021/03/23/mesh-denial-half-truths-and-the-harms/




Featured on the Patient Safety learning Hub (23/03/21) 

https://www.pslhub.org/learn/patient-safety-in-health-and-care/womens-health/mesh-denial-half-truths-and-the-harms-march-2021-r4264/




Originally published by: The Open University - The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) - Department of Social Policy & Criminology (OUSocPolCrim) - Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC)

http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/mesh-denial-half-truths-and-harms

http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/

https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/ 




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Sharon Hartles & Dan McCulloch - The Open University - Latest Publication - Brexit, migration and homelessness: the new terrain

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Saturday, 20 Feb 2021, 15:10

Brexit, migration and homelessness: the new terrain
 
In this article, Sharon Hartles and Dan McCulloch explore the potential impact of new immigration rules for non-UK nationals sleeping rough in the UK. Sharon Hartles was awarded an MA in Crime and Justice (with distinction) from The Open University and is a member of the Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC), and Dan McCulloch is a Lecturer in Criminology and Social Policy at The Open University.


http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/brexit-migration-and-homelessness-new-terrain



http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/



https://twitter.com/OU_FASS/status/1357283050648965123





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Sharon Hartles - The Open University - Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC) - Homelessness beyond criminalisation: Surviving in a global pandemic

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Saturday, 20 Feb 2021, 15:15

Homelessness beyond criminalisation: Surviving in a global pandemic 

Published by: The Open University - The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) - Department of Social Policy & Criminology (OUSocPolCrim) - Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC)

http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/homelessness-beyond-criminalisation-surviving-global-pandemic (20.01.2021)


Homelessness beyond criminalisation: Surviving in a global pandemic

Published by: The Open University - The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) - Department of Social Policy & Criminology (OUSocPolCrim) - Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC)

 https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2021/01/20/homelessness-beyond-criminalisation-surviving-in-a-global-pandemic/ (20.01.2021)





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Sharon Hartles - The Open University - Publications - Crimes of the powerful

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Friday, 17 Sep 2021, 02:11

If you have an interest in State-Corporate Crime or State-Corporate Harm and want to read more about how it infiltrates and impacts on the day to day lives of its citizens - Read the following:
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Robbie Powell: Time for Truth, Justice and Accountability 

https://www.pslhub.org/learn/investigations-risk-management-and-legal-issues/robbie-powell-time-for-truth-justice-and-accountability-sharon-hartles-august-2021-r5020/ (17.08.21)


Robbie Powell: Time for Truth, Justice and Accountability 

https://sharonhartles.weebly.com/robbie-powell-time-for-truth-justice-and-accountability-sharon-hartles.html (11.08.21)

http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/

Sharon Hartles examines Robbie Powell’s Injustice and in doing so unveils Will and Diane’s (Robbie Powell’s parents) relentless pursuit for truth, justice and accountability. Sharon Hartles is a member of the Open University’s Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.

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Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate: Recommendations and the UK Government's response

http://www.european-group.org/2021/09/06/primodos-mesh-and-sodium-valproate-recommendations-and-the-uk-governments-response/ Activism Watchlist (08.09.21) 


Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate: Recommendations and the UK Government's response

https://ccseljmu.wordpress.com/2021/09/02/primodos-mesh-and-sodium-valproate-recommendations-and-the-uk-governments-response/ (02.09.21)


Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate: Recommendations and the UK Government's response

https://www.pslhub.org/learn/improving-patient-safety/primodos-mesh-and-sodium-valproate-recommendations-and-the-uk-government%E2%80%99s-response-sharon-hartles-august-2021-r4980/    (09.08.21)


Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate: Recommendations and the UK Government's response

https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-mesh-and-sodium-valproate-recommendations-and-uk-government%E2%80%99s-response (06.08.21)


Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate: Recommendations and the UK Government's response

http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/


Sharon Hartles examines the UK Government’s response in relation to the implementation of the recommendations set out in the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review, First Do No Harm report. She explores how the Government’s response has impacted on those allegedly harmed by the side effects of Primodos, Mesh and Sodium Valproate. Sharon Hartles is a member of the Open University’s Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.
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Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy

https://ccseljmu.wordpress.com/2021/06/18/sodium-valproate-the-fetal-valproate-syndrome-tragedy/ (18.06.21)


Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy

https://infactuk.com/2021/06/14/999/   (14.06.21)  


Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy

https://www.pslhub.org/learn/patient-safety-in-health-and-care/womens-health/sodium-valproate-the-fetal-valproate-syndrome-tragedy-r4746/ (11.06.21)


Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy

https://www.facebook.com/TheFacsSyndromeAssociation/  (09.06.21)


Sodium Valproate: The Fetal Valproate Syndrome Tragedy

https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/sodium-valproate-fetal-valproate-syndrome-tragedy (09.06.21)


Sharon Hartles reflects upon the significant impacts of avoidable harms that have been perpetuated for decades as a result of medical negligence on behalf of the regulator (Committee on Safety of Medicines) that advised the UK Licensing Authority on the safety of medicines and the manufacturer of Epilim (Sanofi). Sharon Hartles is a member of the Open University’s Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.

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Vagrancy Act 1824: Consign it to history ! 

https://crimetobepoor.org/news/ (21.05.21)


Vagrancy Act 1824: Consign it to history ! 

​https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/vagrancy-act-1824-consign-it-history (11.05.21)


http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/

Sharon Hartles critically discusses how the Vagrancy Act 1824 has been implemented to target and criminalise the most vulnerable members of society. In doing so, she sheds light on why almost 200 years after its enactment, this piece of legislation must be repealed. Sharon Hartles is a member of the Open University’s Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.

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Mesh: Denial, half-truths and the harms
https://ccseljmu.wordpress.com/2021/03/23/mesh-denial-half-truths-and-the-harms/ (23.03.21)

Mesh: Denial, half-truths and the harms 

https://www.pslhub.org/learn/patient-safety-in-health-and-care/womens-health/mesh-denial-half-truths-and-the-harms-march-2021-r4264/ (23.03.21)


Mesh: Denial, half-truths and the harms

https://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/mesh-denial-half-truths-and-harms  (20.03.21)


http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/

Sharon Hartles critically discusses the harmful impacts of mesh medical devices against the backdrop of disempowerment, denial and half-truths. Sharon Hartles was awarded an MA in Crime and Justice (with distinction) from The Open University and is a member of the Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.

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Brexit, migration and homelessness: the new terrain 


Sharon Hartles and Dan McCulloch explore the potential impact of new immigration rules for non-UK nationals sleeping rough in the UK. Sharon Hartles is a member of The Open University's Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC) and also a member of the British Society of Criminology. Dan McCulloch is a Lecturer in Criminology and Social Policy at The Open University.

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Homelessness beyond criminalisation: Surviving in a global pandemic 
Homelessness beyond criminalisation: Surviving in a global pandemic 


Sharon Hartles critically reflects on the year 2020 and explores the shifting approach towards rough sleepers within an unprecedented global pandemic. Sharon Hartles is a member of The Open University's Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC) and also a member of the British Society of Criminology. 
 
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Primodos: The next steps towards justice 

Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
Primodos: The next steps towards justice 


Sharon Hartles critically examines the journey so far towards the implementation of the remaining eight recommendations set out in the landmark publication of the Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review First Do No Harm report in July 2020. Furthermore, she explores the wider impacts this publication has set into motion. Sharon Hartles is a member of The Open University's Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC) and also a member of the British Society of Criminology. 

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Primodos: The first step towards justice 
Primodos: The first step towards justice 

Primodos: The first step towards justice  

Primodos: The first step towards justice                                       

Primodos: The first step towards justice                                       

Primodos: The first step towards justice http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-first-step-towards-justice (22.07.2020)

Primodos: The first step towards justice https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2020/07/21/primodos-the-first-step-towards-justice/ (21.07.2020)

Sharon Hartles reflects upon the significant impacts of avoidable harms that have been perpetuated for decades through a culture of denial and an absence of state and corporate pharmaceutical accountability. Sharon Hartles is a member of The Open University's Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC) and also a member of the British Society of Criminology. 

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SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned? 

SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned? 

SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned? 
(09.06.2020)

Sharon Hartles and Liam Miles examine the significance of corporate criminality and leverage through the business activities of a Canadian multi-national company. Sharon Hartles is a member of The Open University's Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC) and also a member of the British Society of Criminology. Liam Miles is a Second Year BA (Hons) Criminology student at Birmingham City University.

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Unmasking ineffectiveness: The UK's Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

Unmasking ineffectiveness: The UK's Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

Unmasking ineffectiveness of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 exposes thirteen years of corporate killings, resulting from an unenforceable rule of law.

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BHOPAL State-Corporate Crime continues to unfold, {1984 - Present} 35 years and counting 

On the 35th anniversary of the Bhopal ‘disaster, focus is upon those who have avoided justice. In the pursuit of profit; corporations disregarded health and safety with impunity and appear untouchable…

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End Child Imprisonment

How many more children must die, whilst in the alleged ‘care’ of the state, before the government abolish the inhumane incarceration of children?

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The Grenfell 72 - Two Years On: Remember the dead and fight for the living!

Grenfell, two years on, amidst the layering of contempt shown to the survivors and bereaved families, the fight for truth, justice and accountability continues.

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Unfinished Business: Moving beyond the Australian National Apology (2008) towards Indigenous justice

In 2008, a National Apology was offered on behalf of the Australian Government to the Indigenous people of Australia, particularly for the Stolen Generations. Although the apology was constructed under the guise of reconciliation, it represented a shift in political discourse with regards to strategies of governance. Over a decade later there is much unfinished business which needs to be addressed in the move towards Indigenous justice and a united Australia.

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The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

In the UK, following the financial crisis of 2007 – 2008, the government response took the form of austerity measures. This has had far reaching implications, one of which being the punitive shift towards the criminalisation of vulnerable and marginalised people within society, such as those affected by homelessness.

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If these articles are used as part of module material readings/module content, or student recommended reading lists, do drop me a courtesy email (sh28739@ou.ac.uk) (or contact via @shartles1) as others have done. I am encouraged to know how popular these articles are. I am also happy to inform of latest publications, (as others have requested). 

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Crimes of the Powerful - Sharon Hartles - Published articles of interest

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Saturday, 20 Feb 2021, 15:19

If you have an interest in State-Corporate Crime or State-Corporate Harm and want to read more about how it infiltrates and impacts on the day to day lives of its citizens -  Visit: https://sharonhartles.weebly.com/ 

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Read the following:  

Brexit, migration and homelessness: the new terrain 


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Homelessness beyond criminalisation: Surviving in a global pandemic 
Homelessness beyond criminalisation: Surviving in a global pandemic 

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Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
Primodos: The next steps towards justice 

Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
(10.11.2020)

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Primodos: The first step towards justice 
Primodos: The first step towards justice 

Primodos: The first step towards justice  

Primodos: The first step towards justice                                       

Primodos: The first step towards justice                                       

Primodos: The first step towards justice                                      http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-first-step-towards-justice (22.07.2020)


Primodos: The first step towards justice                                          https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2020/07/21/primodos-the-first-step-towards-justice/ (21.07.2020)

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SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned? 

SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned? 

SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned? 
(09.06.2020)

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Unmasking ineffectiveness: The UK's Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

Unmasking ineffectiveness: The UK's Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

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BHOPAL State-Corporate Crime continues to unfold, {1984 - Present} 35 years and counting 

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End Child Imprisonment

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The Grenfell 72 - Two Years On: Remember the dead and fight for the living!

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Unfinished Business: Moving beyond the Australian National Apology (2008) towards Indigenous justice

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The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

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If these articles are used as part of module material readings/module content, or student recommended reading lists, do drop me a courtesy email (sh28739@ou.ac.uk) (or contact via @shartles1) as others have done. I am encouraged to know how popular these articles are. I am also happy to inform of latest publications, (as others have requested). 

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Primodos: The next steps towards Justice

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Wednesday, 3 Mar 2021, 22:57

My article: Primodos: The next steps towards Justice 


Viewed on: The Association For Children Damaged by Hormone Pregnancy Tests (Primodos.org) 17/11/20



Published by: The Centre for the Study of Crime, Criminalisation and Social Exclusion 16/11/20




 Viewed on: The Patient Safety Learning 16/11/20

 

Published by: The British Society of Criminology 11/11/20

    


Published by: The Open University, Research Centre  - The Harm & Evidence Research Collaborative 10/11/20




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" Thank you Sharon. We are grateful, as always, for your unstinting support @primodos.org "  

(10.11.2020)  @Malriel 

Marie Lyon, Chair of the Association for Children Damaged by Hormone Pregnancy Tests





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Primodos: The first step towards justice

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​​​My article: Primodos: The first step towards Justice 


viewed on: The Centre for the Social History of Health & Healthcare 17/08/20

viewed on: The Week in Justice 16/08/20

published by:The British Society of Criminology 12/08/20

viewed on: The Association For Children Damaged by Hormone Pregnancy Tests 01/08/20

published by The Centre for the Study of Crime, Criminalisation and Social Exclusion 29/07/20

published by: The Open University, Research Centre  22/07/20

published by: The Harm & Evidence Research Collaborative 21/07/20





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" This is a superb article which gives a full and detailed account of the need for justice for HPTs/Primodos families damaged by these unnecessary drugs. So grateful for your incredible review. Thank you #hormonepregtest #malriel #APPGhormonepregnancytests "     (23.07.2020)  @Malriel

Marie Lyon, Chair of the Association for Children Damaged by Hormone Pregnancy Tests


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Please consider signing the Association for Children Damaged by Hormone Pregnancy Tests' petition calling for Boris Johnson (Matt Hancock) to implement the remainder of the recommendations set out in the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review published the First Do No Harm Report entitled: 

'Protect patients & make our healthcare system safer for our children
'  

 


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State-Corporate Crime Articles

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Edited by Sharon Hartles, Saturday, 20 Feb 2021, 15:55

If you have an interest in State-Corporate Crime or State-Corporate Harm and want to read more about how it infiltrates and impacts on the day to day lives of its citizens -  Visit: https://sharonhartles.weebly.com/ 

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Read the following: 
  

Brexit, migration and homelessness: the new terrain 


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Homelessness beyond criminalisation: Surviving in a global pandemic 
Homelessness beyond criminalisation: Surviving in a global pandemic 

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Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
Primodos: The next steps towards justice 

Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
Primodos: The next steps towards justice 
(10.11.2020)

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Primodos: The first step towards justice 
Primodos: The first step towards justice 

Primodos: The first step towards justice  https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2020/08/12/primodos-the-first-step-towards-justice/ (12.08.2020)

Primodos: The first step towards justice                                       

Primodos: The first step towards justice                                       

Primodos: The first step towards justice                                        http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/blog/primodos-first-step-towards-justice (22.07.2020)


Primodos: The first step towards justice                                            https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2020/07/21/primodos-the-first-step-towards-justice/ (21.07.2020)

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SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned? 

SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned? 

SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned? 
(09.06.2020)

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Unmasking ineffectiveness: The UK's Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

Unmasking ineffectiveness: The UK's Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

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BHOPAL State-Corporate Crime continues to unfold, {1984 - Present} 35 years and counting 

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End Child Imprisonment

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The Grenfell 72 - Two Years On: Remember the dead and fight for the living!

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Unfinished Business: Moving beyond the Australian National Apology (2008) towards Indigenous justice

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The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

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UPDATE: 

If these articles are used as part of module material readings/module content, or student recommended reading lists, do drop me a courtesy email (sh28739@ou.ac.uk) (or contact via @shartles1) as others have done. I am encouraged to know how popular these articles are. I am also happy to inform of latest publications, (as others have requested). 

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SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned?

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SNC-Lavalin: Charges to settlement, have lessons been learned?


https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2020/06/22/snc-lavalin-charges-to-settlement-have-lessons-been-learned/ (22nd June 2020) (Harm Evidence Research Collaborative) - The Open University 

https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2020/06/09/snc-lavalin-charges-to-settlement-have-lessons-been-learned/ (9th June 2020) (British Society of Criminology)







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Unmasking Ineffectiveness: The UK's Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

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Unmasking Ineffectiveness: The UK's Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

Published by the British Society of Criminology on the 17th March 2020.

https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2020/03/17/unmasking-ineffectiveness-the-uks-corporate-manslaughter-and-corporate-homicide-act-2007/






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Bhopal 35 years and counting

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Please feel free to read my latest piece of published work over Christmas.

Bhopal State-Corporate Crime continues to unfold, (1984 – Present), 35 years and counting

https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2019/12/03/bhopal-state-corporate-crime/



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The Grenfell 72 – Two Years On: Remember the dead and fight for the living!

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The Grenfell 72 – Two Years On: Remember the dead and fight for the living!

https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2019/06/14/the-grenfell-72-two-years-on-remember-the-dead-and-fight-for-the-living/

Published by the British Society of Criminology (14.06.2019). 




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Previous publication:

Unfinished Business: Moving beyond the Australian National Apology (2008) towards Indigenous justice 

https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2019/04/16/unfinished-business-moving-beyond-the-australian-national-apology-2008-towards-indigenous-justice/


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Previous publication:

The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness 

https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2018/10/29/the-punitive-shift-towards-the-criminalisation-of-homelessness/

https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2018/10/22/the-punitive-shift-towards-the-criminalisation-of-homelessness/


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All other publications can be viewed here:

https://sharonhartles.weebly.com/

@shartles1 



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Unfinished Business: Moving beyond the Australian National Apology (2008) towards Indigenous justice

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Unfinished Business: Moving beyond the Australian National Apology (2008) towards Indigenous justice 

https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2019/04/16/unfinished-business-moving-beyond-the-australian-national-apology-2008-towards-indigenous-justice/

Published by the British Society of Criminology (16.04.2019)


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Previous publication:


The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness 

https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2018/10/29/the-punitive-shift-towards-the-criminalisation-of-homelessness/

HERC - The Open University 


https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2018/10/22/the-punitive-shift-towards-the-criminalisation-of-homelessness/

The British Society of Criminology 


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Austerity, social murder and the homeless crisis

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My latest blog article:

Austerity, social murder and the homeless crisis

Austerity, social murder and the homeless crisis

Other work can be viewed here:

SharonHartlesCriminology

@shartles1 

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The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

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The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

https://oucriminology.wordpress.com/2018/10/29/the-punitive-shift-towards-the-criminalisation-of-homelessness/

Published by: The Open University - The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) -  Department of Social Policy & Criminology (OUSocPolCrim) - Harm Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC) (29/10/18)


The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

https://thebscblog.wordpress.com/2018/10/22/the-punitive-shift-towards-the-criminalisation-of-homelessness/

Published by: British Society of Criminology (BSC) (22/10/18)




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