Court watching in the United States
(6 minute read) Kendra Mills explores a novel idea aimed at making America’s justice system fairer.
Filipino inmates bake bread to support the Covid vaccination programme
(2 minute read) Prisoners prove being behind bars is no reason not to serve the public good.
Editorial: Thou shalt not kill (even murderers)
(1 minute read) Reflecting on an article from last week, Ronnie Convery shares his strong feelings on the death penalty.
Justice is not to be found in the execution chamber
(6 minute read) Melinda Ribnek, who survived a horrific rape and attempted murder, says the execution of her attacker would have been a mistake and a failure.
When life means life
(6 minute read) Francesco Ciampa tells a story of rebirth from behind bars in one of Italy's toughest prisons.
Preventing and healing childhood sexual abuse …
(7 minute read) Tyler VanderWeele, Director of the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University, offers grounds for hope.
Death in modern America
(6 minute read) The execution of Lisa Montgomery must be a wake-up call to America, argues Monica Amendola, who sees the state-sponsored killing of citizens as a grim practice which has had its day.