Buying something from the Prisoners of Conscience online shop is a fantastic way to treat yourself or your loved ones, and to support our work helping human rights defenders around the world.

Trevor Edmand’s art
An artist and long-term friend of PoC, Trevor Edmand’s art addresses life-elements in a unique and thoughtful way, going beyond what is purely representational. Trevor has been widely exhibited in galleries in the UK and in Europe and the USA and was an invited artist to The Kilkenny Festival in Millennium Year.
He has had four London Shows including shows at The Mall and Medici galleries, and he received the British Institute award for sculpture in 1987-88.

Trevor has kindly offered to donate to PoC the whole of the proceeds from each art piece he sells.

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Ivan Wainewright’s novel
The Kosher Delhi is set in the early 90s and is about a 20-year-old English man of Jewish/Indian heritage who encounters racism and bigotry throughout his life. These experiences become increasingly more extreme and violent until one day he has to make a decision: will he keep quiet and carry on as normal or will he stand up for what he believes in? A question that many human rights defenders will be familiar with.

Ivan has generously agreed to donate £2 to Prisoners of Conscience for every copy of his book sold through our website – plus Prisoners of Conscience supporters can also benefit from a £1 discount off the book price, thus paying only £7.99.

Click here to buy a copy, or to find out more about the novel and read reviews, visit Ivan’s website. You can also buy a copy which will raise funds for PoC directly from Ivan’s site.