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Better Access to Justice
Stronger Public Participation
Respect for detainees
The use of the death penalty always carries the risk of an unsafe conviction and a miscarriage of justice.
Children of migrant workers denied equal access to education.
The Rights Practice co-signed a joint letter, along with 67 other NGOs, expressing grave concern regarding the Hong Kong government’s proposed amendments to two Hong Kong laws concerning extradition. Read more
The Rights Practice held a side event at the 7th World Congress Against the Death Penalty, the world’s leading abolitionist event, in Brussels in February 2019. Read more
As part of our work engaging with China on the death penalty, we decided to undertake a review of how far the minimum standards were respected in China’s application of the death penalty. We have produced this interim report in time for the 8th World Congress Against the Death Penalty in Brussels. Read more