For more than 20 years, the Death Penalty Project has worked to protect the human rights of those facing the death penalty. As a result of our work, the mandatory death penalty has been abolished in ten Commonwealth Caribbean countries as well as Uganda, Kenya and Malawi, and the lives of hundreds of prisoners facing execution have been saved.
This report focuses on the development of the Death Penalty Project since it was granted charitable status in 2006 up until 2011.
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