DVD carries the voice of abolitionists in Asian languages

World Day

on 4 August 2008

Activists – all members of the Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network (ADPAN) – speak in their own language but viewers can choose between subtitles in the folowing languages: Hindi, Thai, Korean, Tagalog, Tamil, Mongolian, Japanese, Malaysian, Bahasa Indonesian, Lao, Chinese, Urdu, Khmer and English.
This release of this video, taped at the 2007 Paris World Congress, comes as the World Coalition prepares World Day Against the Death Penalty on October 10, which will focus on Asia this year.
The DVD was produced by Amnesty International and lasts three minutes. It can be distributed and aired freely. To get you own copy (free for ADPAN members) contact Amnesty International’s audiovisual office.
Watch an extract from the DVD below.

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China

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India

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Indonesia

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Japan

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Lao People’s Democratic Republic

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Mongolia

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Pakistan

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Philippines

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Republic of Korea

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Thailand

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Viet Nam

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