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About Oliver Robertson

Oliver Robertson is a Quaker working on issues of peace and human rights. He specialises in criminal justice matters, particularly the death penalty and children of prisoners, and on climate change. 

Oliver Robertson é um Quacre que se dedica sobretudo ao estudo da paz e dos direitos humanos. É especialista em temas penais, sobretudo aqueles que envolvem a pena de morte e os filhos de prisioneiros, assim como alterações climáticas. 

Articles by Oliver Robertson

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The far right must stop talking about the death penalty in Europe

From Marine Le Pen to Paul Nuttall, the far right has resurrected the idea of the death penalty in Europe. But it’s wrong – even for the most heinous crimes.

Reformar las políticas contra las drogas ¿hay esperanza?

La incapacidad de reconocer la realidad de la situación actual en el mundo es el error más garrafal del “documento final” para el UNGASS sobre el problema mundial de la droga. English

What hope remains for drug policy reform at UNGASS?

The inability to recognise the reality of the current situation worldwide is the biggest failing of the ‘outcome document’ for the UN General Assembly Special Session on the world drug problem. Español

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