Kenneth Fults faces execution on 12 April in Georgia, USA. One of the jurors signed a sworn statement in which he said he voted for the death penalty because ‘that’s what the n***** deserved.’ Kenneth’s trial was heavily flawed by racial bias and legal inadequacies – now we have just days left to stop his execution.
Ireland has one of the world’s most restrictive abortion laws. An abortion even on grounds of rape, incest, or where the foetus won’t survive still gets you up to 14 years in prison. Ask Ireland to change its laws.
On Wednesday 27 April, the Trade Union Bill is likely to get its final vote in the House of Commons, when MPs will vote on the final Bill and decide whether or not to accept a series of amendments made by Peers. These changes offer a chance to remove many of the most damaging parts of the Bill ...
There is a near-total ban on abortion in Northern Ireland, even in cases of rape, incest and fatal foetal abnormality. This Victorian-era law must be brought into the 21st century – urgently, before more women are criminalised, forced to travel or left to suffer alone.
Iranian filmmaker Hossein Rajabian’s debut documentary has landed him with a six-year prison sentence. It's about women's right to divorce. He and two musicians were tortured into 'confessions' and convicted in a trial that lasted just three minutes. Tell Iran to drop the charges.
The Bank for International Settlements has produced data on money held in tax havens, which would be invaluable in the fight against corruption. But there’s just one problem. They won’t make it public. Sign the petition now.