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Capital Punishment Justice Project

Capital Punishment Justice Project (formerly Reprieve Australia) stands for a world without the death penalty. We work with our volunteers, interns, and board to develop legal and policy solutions that will help save lives.

Hi there, in great news the talented #oneheartuts team with the support of the UTS Faculty of Law, and Neota Logic and Allens law firm have produced an app for Capital Punishment Justice Project to help the public join the anti-death penalty movement. Watch and support this team in a competition as they present their app designed to support Capital Punishment Justice Project's essential work, and at the end of the night, a winning team will be announced!Apps will be presented to an expert panel of judges including Peter Campbell, Head of Legal Product Lab at Allens, Jackson Liu, Chief Commercial Officer, Neota Logic, and Professor Anita Stuhmcke, Dean of UTS Law.Tune into our Facebook Live stream to cheer on the students and their not for profit organisations.To access this event, visit the Brennan Facebook page on the evening of 17th August and the Live Stream will appear.+ KEY EVENT DETAILS +Date: Wednesday 17th August 2022Time: Live Stream from 5:45pm – 7:40pm ... See MoreSee Less
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Pay attention to Court of Appeal in #singapore today. 24 *UNREPRESENTED* individuals on death row need to show why claim they cannot get legal representation on late-stage proceedings on #deathpenalty has merit. Given high stakes, these fast-tracked hearings are concerning. Thinking of the human rights defenders and capital defendants in Singapore. We note that this hearing is happening on Zoom - not an acceptable use of the platform!Mercy CampaignThe Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death PenaltyWorld Coalition Against the Death PenaltyRichard BransonECPMAmnesty International AustraliaAmnesty InternationalReprieve ... See MoreSee Less
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I'm excited to be working with the great team OneHeart UTS who have put together an app with Neota Logic and the help of Allens Linklaters to help those and the families of those at risk of the death penalty to get assistance from us, and to help those of you who want to support anti-death penalty work to find pathways to join us. Thank you to Uts Law for its support for anti-death penalty work and to the brilliant people I've been able to work with who have selflessly given their time for free! ... See MoreSee Less
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CPJP and 55 other organisations are very concerned about the charges, detention and risk of the death sentence facing LGBTQI+ activist Sareh. We urge the Iranian government to #freesareh. ILGA ASIA Rainbow Railroad Sara Kowal: www.ilgaasia.org/news/ReleaseSarehNow To learn more about this area, read the report supported by Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 'State-sanctioned Killing of Sexual Minorities': cpjp.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/State-sanctioned-killing-of-sexual-minorities_Final.pdf ... See MoreSee Less
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The talented #OneHeartUTS team with the support of the @BrennanProgram, @UTSLaw, @NeotaLogic + @AllensLegal have produced an app to help the public join the anti-death penalty movement. Support them on 17 Aug on the Brennan page live stream: https://www.facebook.com/events/397511569006965/ 5.45pm

In this @BFMradio podcast, listen to @drmaisato, @dashranyohan and @jiavern_ as they discuss what drives people and governments, such as Malaysia, to support the #deathpenalty
@ADPANetwork @cpjp_org_au @WCADP @MonashLawSchool

https://www.bfm.my/podcast/bigger-picture/live-and-learn/what-drives-people-and-governments-to-support-the-death-penalty

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Capital Punishment Justice Project (CPJP) stands for a world without the death penalty.

We work with our partner organisations, volunteers, our Board, the Australian public and key stakeholders to develop legal and policy solutions that help save lives.

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