Everyone must be afforded due process rights, especially those facing the ultimate penalty: execution. The DPP has made extraordinary progress in protecting this most fundamental right in a range of jurisdiction.
The Death Penalty Project – Annual Lecture 2014
To mark International Human Rights Day 2012, we launched our short video which provides a snapshot of the organisation and an insight into our work.
Watch the live recording of the launch of our publication, The Death Penalty in Japan: A Report on Japan’s legal obligations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and an assessment of public attitudes to capital punishment, at the British Embassy in Tokyo on 12 March 2013.
The DPP assisted local lawyers in Singapore in the case of Yong Vui Kong, who faced execution for drug trafficking. Click below to see a short video about the case:
The Court of Appeal of Malaysia was right to quash the death sentences of two ...
Last week co-executive director Parvais Jabbar participated in conference “Abolition of the Death Penalty and ...
This Saturday, 10th December, marks the 68th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration ...
Antigua’s death row is empty for the first time in years as two of the ...