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BBC NEWS: Susan Kigula's death row to victory story

Susan Kigula was convicted of murdering her partner and sentenced to death, no-one could have imagined that she would study law and free not only herself but hundreds of others from death row. Read Susan's full story

 

Peter Ouko:TEDGlobal- 2017 

 

From death row to law graduate

Peter spent 18 years in Kamiti Prison in Kenya, sometimes locked up in a cell with 13 other grown men for 23 and a half hours a day. In a moving talk, he tells the story of how he was freed - and his current mission as APP's Ambassador. Listen to Peter's inspiring story.

Radio: BBC Radio 4

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APP WORKS WITH THE QUEEN'S COMMONWEALTH TRUST

Alexander McLean shares his hopes and aspirations on the BBC Today Programme with special guest editor Prince Harry of a new generation of commonwealth changemakers who uphold the rule of law and ensure the most vulnerable people have fair representation in court. Read the full essay!

 

Film

Watch APP in Rebel Education – a six-part documentary series looking at innovative learning models that are challenging the dominant ideas of education – particularly in challenging environments.

Episode five followed APP into Kenyan prisons to see how we're transforming the lives of prisoners through our education and leadership programmes.


Watch Alexander McLean on PBS News Hour's 'brief but spectacular'


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Impact Report

View our Impact Report to find out more about our work. Including:

  • our vision and ethos
  • APP in numbers
  • case studies
  • high-level financial information

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I am enthusiastic about studying law because I know that in the world we live in, it can be used as a tool for change and social transformation.
— Willy Mbadi, aspiring prison law student