Ignite Change 2023 Global Convention12/7/2023
On December 7th, 2023, CAEFS presented at the Ignite Change 2023 Global Convention on Day 7, dedicated to Human Rights in Prisons.
Nyki Kish (CAEFS Associate Executive Director) and Lorraine Pinnock (Member of the Systems Change Committee) presented on ‘Systems Change: Lessons Learned‘. CAEFS also presented on ‘Human Rights in Action Prison Advocacy Skills‘.
Purpose of the Convention
- To bring attention to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on it’s 75th anniversary
- To strengthen collective action
- To commit to advancement of human rights
- Give space to share work among human rights advocates and defenders
- Strengthen connection, collaboration, and action among human rights advocates and defenders
- Strengthen skills in taking action on human rights
- Create learning opportunities and strategizing on how to actualize and advance human rights
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