Thousands of people currently sit on death row around the world. Thousands more have already been executed. All of them have a story.
Andy Tsege was kidnapped from an airport and rendered to Ethiopia to await execution far away from his family in London.
Ali Al-Singace, Abbas Al-Samea and Sami Mushaima were tortured and executed in Bahrain because of their families’ links to political opposition.
Clive Stafford Smith is Reprieve’s founder. In his long experience fighting death penalty cases, he has watched six of his clients die.
Read their stories of injustice, determination and hope.
Clive Stafford Smith explains why the horror of execution will never make the world a better place.
Andy Tsege's partner Yemi writes about her hope that Andy will soon be freed and returned to their three children.
Abbas was a school teacher, and was just 27 when executed. He was targeted because of his family’s links to political opposition.
Amid torture, politically-motivated death sentences and executions there are worrying signs that Britain is helping to prop up Bahrain’s death penalty system.