Transformative Justice Collective is alarmed by the persistence of the Singapore Prison Service in scheduling so many executions in such a short period of time.
The case for re-examining the role of Prisons
This “abnormality of mind” exception was introduced in 2012. Here, we explore this exception and its impact for people on death row with intellectual and/or psychosocial disabilities.
“Nagaenthran has served his time. [He] is not a danger to Singapore, we are a danger to him.”
Transformative Justice Collective responds to recent topics of discussion in parliament.
Excerpts from exchanges between Singapore’s state representatives and the CERD on human rights, race, drugs and the death penalty.
Our summary of Nagaenthran’s Court of Appeal hearing on 1 March 2022, and its implications for prisoners on death row with disabilities. What is Singapore’s stance on international law? Why don’t our domestic laws protect those with ‘abnormality of mind’?
Thoughts from the niece of Rosman bin Abdullah.
Transformative Justice Collective (TJC) calls on the Singaporean authorities to immediately halt the scheduled executions of three individuals on death row, including Roslan bin Bakar, his co-accused, and Rosman bin Abdullah.
Mohammad Reduan bin Mustaffar was sentenced to death for drug trafficking in 2019. His appeal was dismissed in 2020. Three of his children have written pleas for clemency to President Halimah Yacob.