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WOMEN IN PRISON FORUM 2014

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. 2. Women prisoners’ specific needs should be managed in accordance with the UN’s Bangkok Rules. (Recommendation 15) Providing women prisoners […]

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OUR PRISONS 2009

Community Justice Coalition & International Commission of Jurists Joint Conference OUR PRISONS – HUMAN RIGHTS, MENTAL HEALTH & PRIVATISATION Dixson Room State Library of NSW September 5, 2009 REPORT At the conference: OUR PRISONS – HUMAN RIGHTS, MENTAL HEALTH & PRIVATISATION organised by the Community Justice Coalition and The International Commission of Jurists (Australia) at

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WOMEN IN PRISON FORUM 2014

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. 2. Women prisoners’ specific needs should be managed in accordance with the UN’s Bangkok Rules. (Recommendation 15) Providing women prisoners

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POST ELECTION FORUM 2012

POLITICIANS, PROMISES AND PRISONS FORUM THE COMMUNITY JUSTICE COALITION INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION OF JURISTS AUSTRALIA present a Public Forum (poster download) POLITICIANS, PROMISES AND PRISONS   Speakers: Hon. Greg Smith, MP. SC. Attorney General, Minister for Justice, Liberal Party Hon. Paul Lynch. MP. Shadow Attorney General, ALP. Hon. David Shoebridge. Justice Spokesperson Greens Party Prior to the

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