Take immediate action to protect prisoners and advocate for their release as COVID-19 continues to spread, infect, and take lives in prisons and jails across the country.
The new report was produced by the Prison Pandemic Partnership, which brings the Centre for Access to Information and Justice (CAIJ), the Criminalization and Punishment Education Project (CPEP), and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) […]
Updated With Video of the Entire Event! WE ARE TAKING TO THE STREETS TO DEMAND ACTION! March 20 marks one year since the first prisoner in Canada contracted COVID-19 at the Toronto South Detention Centre. […]
What can the Prison Abolition Movement Learn from the Migrant Justice Movement to Empty Jails and Other Sites of Confinement While Building Caring Communities and De-carceral Futures? In this panel, we will hear from Harsha […]
Choosing Real Safety! A historic declaration to divest from prisons and policing and create safer communities for all. Press conference at 10:30am, February 16th. Six months after the historic protests in support of racial justice, […]
Non-profits in so-called Ottawa have been holding private meetings and co-opting the calls for alternatives to police. Closed door meetings to discuss collaborations with cops and speak for the community without them knowing or being […]
416-755-9329. The Toronto Prisoners’ Rights Project is launching the ☎️ Toronto South Detention Centre, Vanier Centre for Women and Maplehurst Correctional Complex Jail Hotline ☎️. This hotline is run by volunteers. It will take calls […]
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