INDEX



Document(s)

The Logical Framework Approach

By Greta Jenson / Bond - For International Development, on 1 January 2010


2010

Campaigning


More details See the document

The logframe is a tool for concisely describing the results of an LFA project design process, as it summarises in a standard format: What the project is going to achieve, what activities will be carried out, what means/resources/inputs (human, technical, infrastructural, etc.) are required, what potential problems could affect the success of the project, how the progress and ultimate success of the project will be measured and verified.

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Networks,

Document(s)

APYN Death Penalty Quizz

By Asia Pacific Youth Network, on 1 January 2009


2009

Campaigning


More details See the document

Quizz on the death penalty by the Asia Pacific Youth Network

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Networks,

Document(s)

2009 World Day Report: Teaching Abolition 2009

By World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, on 1 January 2009


Campaigning

fr
More details Download [ pdf - 3594 Ko ]

It presents the theme of 2009 World Day, facts on the death penalty and all the actions and media coveragefor the 2009 World Day on Teaching Abolition.

Document(s)

Death Penalty in the US Quiz

By The Advocates for Human Rights, on 1 January 2009


Campaigning


More details See the document

Test your knowledge of human rights and the death penalty in the U.S. with our downloadable quiz.

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Country/Regional profiles,

Document(s)

Towards the abolition of the death penalty in Lebanon

By LACR / National Campaign for the Abolition of Death Penalty in Lebanon, on 1 January 2009


Campaigning


More details See the document

Educational booklet compiling testimonies, arguments, legal and historical facts about the path towards abolition in Lebanon.

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Public opinion, Public debate, Trend Towards Abolition,

Document(s)

Capital Punishment Curriculum

By World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, on 1 January 2009


Campaigning

zh-hant
More details Download [ pdf - 36 Ko ]

This course is intended to introduce a comparative study of the death penalty in abolitionist versus retentionist countries, based on the prohibition of this punishment in International conventions. It is designed primarily for use in US law schools, with emphasis on US law, but should prove instructive in other locations.

Document(s)

Report 2008. Asia: Its time to end executions

By World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, on 1 January 2008


2008

Campaigning

fr
More details Download [ pdf - 771 Ko ]

The 2008 World Day report presents information on the death penalty in the world with particular attention to India, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Pakistan and Vietnam. The events that took place around the world in 2008 for the world day are noted in this report also.

Document(s)

The Death Penalty: The Ultimate Punishment

By Amnesty International, on 1 January 2008


Campaigning

enfres
More details See the document

Campaigning toolkit published by Amnesty International. A 16-page detailed advocacy document explaining why the abolition of the death penalty is necessary and how the theories behind capital punishment get it wrong.

Document(s)

World Day Against the Death Penalty Report 2007

By World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, on 1 January 2007


2007

Campaigning

fr
More details Download [ pdf - 2594 Ko ]

World Coalition Report: No to the Death Penalty! The World decides 10 October 2007 World Day against the Death Penalty. The actions of the world coaltion and their iniatives during the World Day 2007 campaign can be found in this report.

Document(s)

The Advocacy Handbook: A Guide to Implementing Recommendations of the Criminal Justice/Mental Health Consensus Project

By Council of State Governments Justice Center, on 1 January 2006


2006

Campaigning


More details See the document

A how-to guide for advocates who want to improve the response to people with mental illnesses who are in contact with the criminal justice system. The Advocacy Handbook reflects a shared effort among NAMI (the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill), the National Mental Health Association (NMHA), the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD), the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law, and the Criminal Justice / Mental Health Consensus Project.

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Networks,