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The Human Rights in Action Project
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Imprisonment of Women
Increased Criminalization of Poverty
LSD Experiments at the Prison for Women, Kingston
Mandatory Minimum Sentences
Omnibus Crime Bill
Prison for Women | The Arbour Inquiry
Sexual Exploitation, Prostitution and Trafficking
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CAEFS’ Guidelines for Advocacy
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Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies
To increase public awareness and promotion of decarceration for women.
To reduce the numbers of women who are criminalized and imprisoned in Canada.
To increase the availability of community-based, publicly funded, social service, health and educational resources available for marginalized, victimized, criminalized and imprisoned women.
To increase collaborative work among Elizabeth Fry Societies and other women’s groups working to address poverty, racism, and other forms of oppression.