The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan is a woman-centered, non-profit organization committed to working for and with criminalized women and their families. We are the only organization in the province working specifically with young and adult women involved with the criminal justice system.

Programs and services offered by the Elizabeth Fry Society encourage an end to recidivism and support crime prevention through a social developmental approach. We are a community-based voice for women at risk as well as those who are criminalized as a result of poverty, racism, histories of abuse, or a lack of education.

 

 

 

Truth and Reconciliation Canada, Calls to Action #30

"We call upon federal, provincial, and territorial governments to commit to eliminating the over representation of Aboriginal Peoples in custody over the next decade."

Young Indigenous Women are the fastest growing prison population in Canada. Urgent need for Action: The Time Is Now. Implement TRC Recommendation 30 and stop jailing Indigenous women. In Sisterhood – Elizabeth Fry Societies across Canada

 

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