Lecture by Susan Kigula: woman on death row 
What do you do, when you are sentenced to death? - Susan Kigula is a Ugandan prison reformer. She was wrongfully convicted and received a mandatory death sentence. In prison, she finished High School and started a law study. Then, on behalf of all 418 death row inmates, she filed a law suit against the state of Uganda which led to all death sentences having to be reviewed. Thus, she saved the lives of all those convicts. In 2016, she herself was released and since then, she stands up for those sentenced to death as her fight against the death penalty continues.

Sign up here to join us for her lecture on the 22nd of November! The lecture will take place at the "Instituto Cervantes", located in Domplein 3 at 3512 JC Utrecht, from 19:00 to 21:00. After the lecture, there will be a borrel for anyone who wants to join. 
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