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Document(s)

Facing their last moments with a smile: The Chinese women about to be executed for drug smuggling

By Rick Dewsbury / Mail Online, on 1 January 2011


2011

Campaigning


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The moving images could show any group of young women as they go about their daily lives in prison. But just hours – and in some cases minutes – after the pictures were taken, each of the four women were led into a concrete yard and executed.

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Death Row Conditions,

Document(s)

The Last Word: Rewriting the American death penalty

By Lawrence O’Donnell / MSNBC, on 1 January 2011


Campaigning


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Sept. 22: The execution of Troy Davis drew an unprecedented amount of media attention. But where was the outrage over Derrick Mason who was put to death in Alabama today? MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell has more in the Rewrite.

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Fair Trial, Innocence, Arbitrariness,

Document(s)

2010 World Day Report on the USA

By World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, on 1 January 2010


2010

Campaigning

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It presents all the actions that were taken for the 2010 World Day on the USA.

Document(s)

Advocacy and Campaigning

By Ian Chandler / Bond - For International Development, on 1 January 2010


Campaigning


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This guide describes the functions of advocacy and campaigning and provides instructions on how to approach and who participates in advocacy and campaigning.

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Networks,

Document(s)

Monitoring and Evaluation

By Louisa Gosling / Bond - For International Development, on 1 January 2010


Campaigning


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Monitoring is the routine tracking of the key elements of programme/project performance, usually inputs and outputs and some of the outcomes, through record-keeping, regular reporting and surveillance systems as well as observation and studiesyour. Evaluation attempts to link a particular output or outcome directly to an intervention after a period of time has passed. An evaluation is usually carried out at some significant stage in the project’s development, e.g. at the end of a planning period, as the project moves to a new phase, or in response to a particular critical issue. This guide explains how to conduct monitoring and evaluation of your projects.

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Networks,

Document(s)

The Logical Framework Approach

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


Campaigning


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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)

Death Penalty in the US Quiz

By The Advocates for Human Rights, on 1 January 2009


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


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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
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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)

APYN Death Penalty Quizz

By Asia Pacific Youth Network, on 1 January 2009


Campaigning


More details See the document

Quizz on the death penalty by the Asia Pacific Youth Network

  • Document type Campaigning
  • Themes list Networks,