Poor justice…

Sept 9, 2018 Toronto Star - Alok Mukherjee Policing society’s poor is unjust and ineffective Mukherjee, a former chair of the Toronto Police Services Board, weighs in on the issue of pursuing poor people for fines and delinquency in paying court … [Read more...]

Safe migration…

Aug 31, 2018 Davos – World Economic Forum – Anne Gallagher 3 reasons all countries should embrace the Global Compact for Migration The final draft of Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration has been recommended to the UN for … [Read more...]

‘Sinister’ seniors…

Aug 24, 2018 The Star Vancouver – Melanie Green Meet the self-described ‘sinister seniors’ taking a stand against Trans Mountain — and going to jail for it Tired of being retired and just old without worthy pursuits?  Here’s an … [Read more...]

Jail violence…

Aug 21, 2018 Toronto Star – Peter Edwards Coroner’s inquest called into three prison drug deaths The Elgin Middlesex Detention Centre, in London, On, is back in the news as an inquest is scheduled around the drug deaths of three inmates.  … [Read more...]

The struggle with history…

Aug 19, 2018  Toronto Star – Thomas Rohner Video shows officers punching and kicking this Inuk man on three separate occasions. Advocates warn his case is part of a trend This article points to a disturbing increase in unnecessary, and … [Read more...]

Dad Hero…

Aug. 11, 2018 Canadian Families and Corrections Network (CFCN) Dad HERO (HELPING EVERYONE REALIZE OPPORTUNITIES) This organization (CFCN) is helping families cope with some of the fall-out on families and children from the jailing of parents.  … [Read more...]

Aug 10, 2018 – Prisoner’s Justice Day (Poster from NOPE Canada: https://twitter.com/hashtag/prisonkills?src=hash ) Prisoners’ Justice Day commemorates deaths in custody and demand justice for human rights abuses behind bars History of the … [Read more...]

Poor, to still poor…

Aug 6, 2018 CBC News – Mark Gollam Ford government ditched basic income pilot project before any data landed, researcher says The basic income project was a pilot study set up in April 2017 by the previous Liberal government to test the … [Read more...]

Punish or cure?

July 31, 2018 The Guardian (UK) - Samira Shackle Should we treat crime as something to be cured rather than punished? Shackle presents the most important question plaguing contemporary prison reform.  In the light of constant confrontation with … [Read more...]

Your children’s children…

July 26, 2018 Huffington Post / Evidence Network.ca Canada Is Sending A Generation Of Indigenous Children To Jail - To call these numbers of incarcerated Indigenous people a crisis would be the understatement of the century. The article is a … [Read more...]