Pakistan

Justice Project Pakistan (JPP)

Justice Project Society, commonly referred to as Justice Project Pakistan (JPP), represents the most vulnerable Pakistani prisoners facing the harshest punishments at home and abroad, including those facing the death penalty, mentally ill prisoners, victims of police torture, and overseas Pakistani prisoners.

JPP was the winner of the 2016 Franco-German Human Rights Prize for the Rule of Law and the 2016 National Human Rights Award awarded by the President of Pakistan.

Our Approach

Litigate: Led by lawyers and investigators, our legal team carries out strategic litigation pursuing cases on behalf of individuals with the potential to bring systemic change

Advocate: Fierce domestic and international advocacy campaigns with the potential to bring systemic change are carried out by our advocacy team

Communicate: Our communications team devises rigorous media campaigns and public events directed towards changing the public perception about the death penalty

Date founded

2009             

Structure type

NGO             

Contact informations

25-A Zaman Park
54000 Lahore
Punjab
Phone 42-36286415

Resources

Document(s)

Who Are We Hanging?

on 1 January 2019


2019

NGO report


More details See the document

The index, created by Justic Project Pakistan, gives statistical information on the use of the death penalty in Pakistan.

  • Document type NGO report
  • Themes list Statistics, Country/Regional profiles,