death penalty policies

Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

Memperingati Hari Anti Hukuman Mati Internasional tanggal 10 Oktober.

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India’s trial courts are issuing more death sentences as capital punishment becomes an option for more crimes. But their highest court is pushing back.

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Belarus is an outlier, as the last European state to maintain the death penalty. And, with a recent amendment, they’re doubling down.

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From labour exploitation to torturous conditions in confinement, the rights of foreign workers facing the death penalty in Bahrain are often neglected.

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Capital punishment has fewer practitioners than ever before, but the momentum of the abolitionist movement may be halted by some committed to the death penalty.

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Malaysia’s strict drug trafficking laws see foreign women disproportionately put on death row.

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A messy mix of politics, punishment, religion and tradition result in the death penalty having a secure future in the USA.

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