Welcome to the official website of Transformative Justice Collective (TJC), based in Singapore! Click here to find out more about TJC’s work and how you can support our movement. Also check out the #StopTheKilling campaign website and join us in our call for an immediate moratorium on executions in Singapore.
This Week In Court we take a look at the case of a 65 year old cleaner whose first time in prison was when he was 19, and a young man being penalised for seemingly struggling to support his baby
The following are letters, poems, and reflections written by Datchina, Kalwant, Nagaenthran, Pannir and Syed on their experiences being on death row, and their messages to loved ones. Letters from Datchina What allows me to be alive today? Is it the words from the judge, the law, my family, me or God? If man has…
“I hope we can move towards a more loving, gracious, compassionate, and unified society that wants to understand, not just punish.” The following letters and artwork were created by people who attended the Stop The Killing events. Many expressed solidarity with people on death row and echoed calls to abolish the death penalty. Letters to…
In October 2022, Rayner and Koki — both members of TJC’s Drug Policy working group, sat down talk about about Rayner’s story and his experience with substance use.
What if our system includes those who use drugs, as well as those around them? A zine on drug use and drug policy.
What if everyone had access to choices? A zine on drug use and drug policy.
Samy tells us about his trauma and experiences: going from prison to court, living with no windows and in isolation, seeking urgent medical attention, and how psychiatry is dealt with in Singapore’s prison system.
The Post-Appeal Applications in Capital Cases Bill, read for the first time on 7 November, was passed in Parliament on 29 November. This law has damaging implications on the due process rights of persons on death row.
A 19-year-old facing a capital murder charge is currently still denied access to legal counsel, despite his young age and the severity of his potential punishment.
On 23 September 2022, anti-death penalty activist Rocky Howe filed an application in court to seek, among other things, a declaration that the police had abused its powers in investigating him for participating in a purported ‘illegal procession’.
Over the next month, we have a series of events focused on the death penalty in Singapore and calling for an immediate halt of executions. 11 men have already been hanged in 2022 — the killing must stop now.
Abdul Rahim’s execution has been scheduled for 5 August. His case highlights how stacked the death penalty regime is against accused persons.
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