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Ekklesia‚Äôs work in this area has focused on restorative justice and reconfiguring the criminal justice system.
Public support for the death penalty in Britain has dropped to less than half the UK population for the first time, according to a new survey.
UN support for Saudi counter-narcotics policing has been questioned in the light of figures showing around half of the country’s 48 executions this year have been for drugs offences.
The UN has called on Pakistan to permanently halt the planned execution of Shafqat Hussain and to investigate all cases of children on the country's death row.
The body investigating British abuses in Iraq says it will not request as evidence the US Senate report on CIA torture, in the case of two Pakistani men tortured and rendered by the UK and the US.
The mass execution of 12 people in Pakistan highlights the consequences of the government’s decision to resume executions, says Amnesty International.
US officials may have attempted to negotiate the forced return of British resident Shaker Aamer to Saudi Arabia, despite a promise not to do so, it has been revealed.
The government’s £285 million spend on Trident replacement is an insult to those suffering from the £300 million cuts to legal aid, says CND.
The Investigatory Powers Tribunal will tomorrow (13 March 2015) hold a hearing over UK government spying on privileged lawyer-client communications.
Over 500 prisoners could be in line for execution in Pakistan within days, after the government lifted its moratorium on the death penalty, new research reveals.