The new + improved UFFC online community launched

March 2, 2013 in Miscellaneous by Zinzi Eka-Naphtali

UFFC Campaign CentralTo mark a new long-term forward looking United Families & Friends Campaign (UFFC), its website is getting a major makeover!

This will make getting involved a lot easier with the site having bucket-loads of features which integrate seamlessly with existing social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

Thanks to built-in integration with Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, it’s easy to maximize your reach and spread the word.

Members will be able to share photos, voice opinions in comments and blogs, bring stories to life with videos, and feed into the other interactions the site will have to offer.

Members will also be able to add from a wide range of Apps for use on their own dedicated social webpage.

Create powerful native apps for iPhone and Android handsets, and stay involved with the UFFC community on the go.

Visit the new site and sign up for free >

FREE websites for affected families

April 15, 2012 in Miscellaneous by Zinzi Eka-Naphtali

The Family Web Pages Collective

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Family Web Pages (FWP) is a free website design service for families. It was driven by our own experiences of deaths in custody, and the difficulties of getting engaged with the wider public to tell our own story in place of the distorted information often put out by the Press. FWP has already assisted a number of families both in the UK and abroad.

As part of our ongoing commitment to support families affected by custody deaths and abuses through exposure to the public, In November 2005 we launched the volunteer-led  ‘Family Web Pages Collective.’

Family Web Pages was developed as an off-shoot of the campaign group, 4WardEver UK which was set up by Tippa Naphtali after the death of his own cousin, Mikey Powell, whilst in police detention in Birmingham.

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Follow UFFC on Facebook

January 15, 2012 in Site Announcements by Larry Fedja

Follow UFFC on Facebook!

You can now also keep up to date with our updates, discussions and events on the new

You can now follow e-bulletins from UFFC Campaign Central right on its Facebook Group (auto-published). UFFC publish frequent news on updates of deaths in custody, events, family updates and more.

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