Triggers for the abolition of the death penalty in Africa: a Southern African perspective
In Africa, more than 80% of countries have abolished the death penalty in law or in practice, with only 10 countries executing within the past decade, said FIDH and DITSHWANELO in their joint study, “Triggers for the abolition of the death penalty in Africa: a Southern African perspective”.The 36 pages study identifies the triggers leading to the abolition of the death penalty in Africa. It was released simultaneously with a documentary called #Gambia has decided which shows the current abolitionist process experienced in The Gambia.
- Document type NGO report
- Available languages Les déclencheurs de l'abolition de la peine de mort en Afrique: une perspective de l'Afrique australe