The Death Penalty in Law and in Practice in Pakistan

Date.18 Jul, 2023

This report is the result of a joint effort between Justice Project Pakistan (JPP), Together Against the Death Penalty (ECPM), and the Anti Death Penalty Asia Network (ADPAN). The report provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on capital punishment in Pakistan, shedding light on the current state of affairs. It offers a detailed analysis of the death penalty recommendations made to Pakistan through four cycles of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR). This analysis serves as a valuable resource for policymakers, human rights advocates, and individuals interested in understanding and addressing the complex issues surrounding the death penalty in the country.

The collaboration between JPP, ECPM, and ADPAN has been instrumental in ensuring the accuracy and depth of this report. Through their mutual efforts, the report incorporates the latest statistics and presents a holistic view of the situation. The expertise and dedication of both organizations have significantly contributed to the thoroughness and credibility of the analysis.

By sharing this collaborative report on our website, we aim to make this vital information easily accessible to the public. It reflects our commitment to transparency, education, and fostering informed discussions on the issue of capital punishment in Pakistan. Furthermore, the inclusion of the ECPM and ADPAN logos emphasizes the collaborative nature of this work and highlights the valuable contributions made by our partners.

We extend our sincere appreciation to ECPM and ADPAN for their valuable collaboration throughout this project. Their expertise and commitment to human rights have greatly enhanced the quality and impact of this report. We are grateful for the opportunity to work together and contribute to a more informed and meaningful dialogue on the death penalty.

Together, we can strive for justice, human rights, and the abolition of the death penalty.