National Associations Active in Criminal Justice
As a member of the National Associations Active in Criminal Justice, CAEFS works with other members to enhance the capacity of member organizations to contribute to a humane, fair, equitable and effective justice system. Emilie Coyle, CAEFS executive director, is the vice president of the board of the NAACJ. More information about the NAACJ and other members can be found on their website.
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Prisoner Justice Day 2021
Today is Prisoners’ Justice Day – a day observed by incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people, their loved ones, and those who stand in solidarity with them. Today, and every day, we at CAEFS remember and honour all those who have died while incarcerated and recommit ourselves to working towards a world without prisons. A list of community-led […]
Public Statement and Call for Action “Advocates Call on Government and CSC to Act to Protect the Rights of Trans Prisoners”
As an organization that advocates for the rights of federally incarcerated women and gender-diverse people – inclusive of trans people, CAEFS calls on the federal government and the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) to act in support of the rights of trans prisoners.
Elizabeth Fry Week 2022: Doing Life
We are excited to be sharing details of this year’s Elizabeth Fry Week events, all centered on the theme of “Doing Life: Understanding Life Sentences in Canada”. 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. This year, we are using […]