Undod and Prisoner Solidarity Network are campaigning together to stop the persecution of Welsh language speakers at HMP Berwyn.

Prisoner Solidarity Network has been made aware of the ongoing harassment and separation of first language Welsh speakers by staff at HMP Berwyn in North Wales.

We’re demanding that the threats, separation and sanctions of Welsh-speaking prisoners at HMP Berwyn, and across the whole prison estate, stops. In particular, we demand:

  • An end to the threats and punishment of Welsh speakers
  • An end to the isolation and separation of Welsh speakers
  • An end to the delays in access to Welsh language letters
  • Access to Welsh-language media for Welsh speakers

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One reply on “Stop the persecution of Welsh language speakers at HMP Berwyn”

  1. Nobody should be persecuted for the language and britain particularly guilty of this kind of persecution. It must end

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