Social Media Features: June & July 20227/26/2022
This summer, we are piloting regular social media features aimed at keep us connected with you, while cultivating curiosity, knowledge sharing, and action. Below, you will find a summary of the features from June and July. Follow us on social media for more!
“The More You Know Mondays” is a resource-sharing feature, where we showcase articles, reports, books, and more that discuss abolition, the prison industrial complex, cultivating care in our communities, and other relevant social justice topics. These resources range from CAEFS material to work by academics, activists, artists, and other organizations! Here is what we’ve shared so far:
- The Failure of Creating Choices: The need for binding oversight of the Correctional Service of Canada, from the co-creators of Creating Choices Report by CAEFS.
- Abortion to Abolition Reproductive Health and Justice in Canada by Martha Paynter
- Taking the Rap: Women Doing Time for Society’s Crimes, by Ann Hansen
- Human Rights of Federally-Sentenced Persons Report by the Standing Senate Committee On Human Rights
- The State of Women’s Housing Need & Homelessness in Canada: Executive Summary from the Women’s National Housing & Homelessness Network
“What We Do Wednesdays” is all about CAEFS – learn more about who we are, what we are working on, and how you can get involved. Here is what we’ve featured so far:
- CAEFS’ 2021-2022 Annual Report
- CAEFS’ Memorial Bursary Fund
- Fresh Start Coalition
- Regional Advocacy
- Right to Housing: Capacity Building & Systems Change
“Fact Friday” is where we share a quick fact related to our work. Here are the questions we’ve answered. Click the link to be connected to the answer!
- What is an inquest?
- How are police contributing to the disproportionate incarceration of Indigenous peoples in Canada?
- What is a record suspension?
- Why doesn’t CAEFS use the word “offender”?
- Is housing considered a human right in Canada?
Have a resource you want us to feature or a question you’d like us to answer? Get in touch via social media or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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