Our key strategies promote and support positive engagement with other NGOs and members of civil society from around the region, enabling a more coordinated campaign against the death penalty. This supportive leadership provides practical ways for the work that is already being done, to be more effective.
In 2018, CPJP commenced a partnership with Monash University. Eleos Justice was launched in October 2020. Eleos Justice supports CPJP with evidence-based research, teaching, and collaborative input on advocacy, policy and casework. Eleos Justice’s Anti-Death Penalty Clinic provides law students with the opportunity to assist on casework and advocacy briefs for CPJP and abolitionist organisations across Asia.
CPJP is a member of the World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, and the Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network (ADPAN).
The Julian Wagner Memorial Fund was established in 2016 to perpetuate the memory of Julian Wagner, Brisbane barrister and campaigner against the death penalty. Its primary purpose is to promote world wide abolition of the death penalty, focusing on education, human rights and promoting or opposing changes to law, policies or practices.
Australians Against Capital Punishment is a community group formed in early 2007 to advocate for a total abolition of the death penalty across the globe, and to call on the Australian Government to again commit itself wholeheartedly to opposing the death penalty in all cases and in all countries.
The Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network (ADPAN) is a regional network of organisations and individuals committed to working towards abolition of the death penalty in the Asia Pacific. Our role is to create wider societal support for abolition of the death penalty in the Asia Pacific region through advocacy, education and network building.
World Coalition Against the Death Penalty (WCADP) is an international alliance of NGOs, bar associations, local governments and trade unions that aims to strengthen the international dimension of the fight against the death penalty.