Learn more about current, upcoming, and past events with CAEFS.
In 2023, we are focusing Elizabeth Fry Week on the theme of “Understanding Parole”. The legal framework of parole – and the lived reality of being on parole – is […]Read More
The goal of Elizabeth Fry Week is to enhance public awareness and education around the issues impacting criminalized and marginalized women and gender-diverse people. In 2022 we used Elizabeth Fry Week […]Read More
On February 15th 2022, we hosted a virtual interview with Dr. Idil Abdillahi on her new book “Black Women Under State: Surveillance, Poverty, & the Violence of Social Assistance”. Idil […]Read More
On September 25th, 2021, we gathered online for our Annual General Meeting, featuring aconversation titled, “From Knowing to Doing: Working with Indigenous Partners to End the Criminalization of Indigenous Women, […]Read More
On May 6th, 2021, CAEFS hosted a free virtual one-day conference to engage our network and partners in the human rights issues impacting criminalized and incarcerated women and gender-diverse people. […]Read More