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Investigating Attitudes to the Death Penalty in Indonesia

  • Briefing Notes
  • 9 Dec 2021

In 2019-20, The Death Penalty Project, in partnership with LBH Masyarakat and the University of Indonesia, commissioned Prof. Carolyn Hoyle of the Death Penalty Research Unit at the University of Oxford to conduct a thorough survey of attitudes towards the death penalty in Indonesia.

The research aimed to better understand attitudes and facilitate a nuanced discourse. 

This briefing note presents the key findings from the two-part study. Both reports, Investigating Attitudes to the Death Penalty in Indonesia, are available to view and download here:

Part One – Opinion Formers: An Appetite for Change

Part Two – Public Opinion: No Barrier to Abolition


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