The Death penalty for Drug Offences: A Violation of International Human Rights Law
The report calls for an end to the use of the death penalty for drug offences around the world, and concludes that the on-going execution of drug offenders is a violation of international human rights law. The report emphasises how the harms faced by people who use drugs do not only include health harms such as HIV and hepatitis C infections, but also the effects of repressive law enforcement activities.
- Document type NGO report
- Themes list Drug Offences,