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Cruelty in constitutions and international agreements. The conception of human dignity as a legal attribute of all human beings that makes them free and equal is the result of a laborious intellectual and political construction since the old days of the Salamanca school. But ...
On the Occasion of the 8th World Congress Against the Death Penalty
Publications in English
SOPHIA MOOR – WHO DESERVES TO DIE?
International Congress against the Death Penalty

Latest books published by the network

Metaphor of cruelty. The death penalty from the Marquis de Beccaria to the present

Metaphor of cruelty. The death penalty from the Marquis de Beccaria to the present

UCLM. Basin. 2017.

Editors: Luis Arroyo Zapatero, Adán Nieto and Rafael Estrada.

The Passion of Cruelty (Pope Francis against death penalty)

The Passion of Cruelty (Pope Francis against death penalty)

 

Luis Arroyo Zapatero, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Roberto Manuel Carlés, Federico Mayor Zaragoza, José Luis de la Cuesta.

Castilla-La Mancha university. 2016.

Editor: Luis Arroyo Zapatero.

 

Materials

Resolucion NNUU 2020

Commentary on the 2020 United Nations Resolution for the moratorium on the death penalty

Comment on the United Nations Resolution of December 16, 2020 for the moratorium on the death penalty, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. By Antonio Muñoz Aunión.

Informe del relator especial Philip Alston sobre ejecuciones - NNUU

Report (2007) of the Special Rapporteur Philip Alston on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions.

UN General Assembly, Human Rights Council (2007).

Trato inhumano y abolición de la pena de muerte en el consejo de Europa - Jon Yorke

Inhuman treatment and abolition of the death penalty in the Council of Europe.

Yorke, J.

La Cooperación Judicial en la Unión Europea - Nieto

Judicial Cooperation in the European Union as a means of fighting against the death penalty and the expansion of Human Rights.

Nieto Martín, A.

What do we do?

The Network for the abolition of the death penalty and cruel penalties has been created with the sponsorship of the Ministry of Science and Innovation of 2020 (RED2018-102823-T) and brings together 7 universities and the CSIC to develop a general theory of the human cruelty, which gives renewed content to article 15 of the Spanish Constitution that outlaws inhuman or degrading treatment and penalties and to article 7 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights that outlaws cruel inhuman penalties. It is supported by the Institute of European and International Criminal Law of the University of Castilla-La Mancha. We carry out research projects, seminars and conferences with their relevant publications.

For its part, the International Academic Network against the death penalty brings together a qualified group of Spanish and foreign criminal lawyers concerned about the irrational and unfairness of the most serious penalties, especially the death penalty. We are also concerned about the miserable conditions of many prisons, especially in our America. We seek to avoid in our countries the return to the death penalty, the persistence of extrajudicial executions, the enforcement of sentences in conditions that are properly torture and we support the United Nations resolution in favor of a universal moratorium on the application of the death penalty adopted in 2007, as well as full compliance with the Mandela's Minimum Rules.

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Death Penalty and Human Rights: Towards Universal Abolition
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