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WIP: Resolutions, Political Parties' Positions and Recommendations

Resolutions - This Forum resolves that the NSW government and all political parties should commit to: 1. Diversionary programs, including restorative justice processes and mentoring, to avoid the damage that prison causes women and their families.

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Women in Prison

Three experts in the field present issues specific to women in prison focussing on sentencing, prison conditions and after care. Responses by political parties and questions from the floor. Join us as we explore this complex and often confusing issue.

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Bedlam Forum 2013... the Way Out

The second Bedlam forum was held in November 2013. The second round of talks continued with the hypothetical format that was adopted in 2012, tracing the journey of a mentally ill person through the criminal justice and mental health systems.

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Bedlam - Hypothetical Mental health and Justice (Stage 2)

Using a hypothetical format, we continue to trace the journey of a mentally ill person who may have committed an offence, through the criminal justice and mental health systems. In this session we examine the second stage of the journey.

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Politicians, Promises and Prisons Forum

Prior to the 2011 NSW State elections the Community Justice Coalition (CJC) made a submission to the political parties asking them to commit to a list of major reforms designed to make the justice and the prison system more just, effective in rehabilitating prisoners, lowering the recidivism rate...

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CJC analysis and party responses

The CJC has released an exclusive analysis of the major parties' policy responses to the Justice Questionnaire. The original party responses to the questionnaire have also been exposed on our website.

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Media Release 28/02/11

Under cross-examination at the Justice Forum, the major parties revealed their depth of commitment to ending the failed ‘law and order’ campaigns, and focusing on rehabilitation and deterrence” said CJC President David Bitel. ...

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Media Release 17/02/11

Political parties have been encouraged to present their policies before the election and will be questioned about them, in response to the Community Justice Coalition questionnaire at the Saturday Forum,” said CJC President David Bitel.

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