Rethinking and reforming justice.
A collective founded on the principles of transformative justice, and committed to seeking the reform of Singapore’s criminal punishment system, starting with the abolition of the death penalty.
What We Do
At present, our work includes:
- Consolidating and sharing information pertaining to death row and the death penalty in Singapore,
- Assisting inmates on death row, and their families
- Deepening public understanding and discourse around the death penalty and drug control regime in Singapore,
- Building a movement of people calling for the abolition of the death penalty and a public health approach to drugs in Singapore, and
- Advocating for the human rights of prisoners, especially those on death row.
Thoughts and Resources
- My brother, Syed.Sharifah reflects on her childhood and her brother, Syed Suhail, who is currently on death row in Singapore.
- “I won’t stop helping them, like how I was helped before.”A former prison inmate talks about his experiences in Singapore’s Reformative Training Centre, detention barracks, and prison.
- On Jolovan Wham’s incarcerationOur position on the incarceration of Jolovan Wham.
How You Can Help
We need funds to sustain our work: to document the application of the death penalty in Singapore, to do public outreach work, etc. Contact us to find out how to donate.
The more participants in the movement, the better! We’re always on the lookout for volunteers who can help with documentation or other types of support. Contact us to find out more.
Transformative justice and the abolition of the death penalty are difficult but incredibly important issues. Be part of the change by talking to your friends and family about and spreading awareness.