FACT SHEETS – The following site was created by the Prisoner’s Legal Service (PLS) in 2010. The PLS is no longer running but there are still fact sheets available on its old web site that are useful for people entering or exiting the prison system. Over the next few months we will be updating the content and transferring the fact sheets over to this site. In the mean time you can access the information via the following link – just click “Information for Prisoners”.
CASE LAW AND LEGISLATION – Coming soon…
Critical Resistance (USA)– A grassroots organisation based in the USA committed to building a movement to abolish the prison industrial complex.
Flat Out – A statewide support service for women leaving prison.
Inside Out – Australia-wide network of LGBTIQ+ people both inside and outside prison.
Mental Health Legal Centre – Inside Access – (site under construction)
No Pride in Prisons (NZ)– A prison abolitionist group based in Aotearoa, advocating for incarcerated people and the end of prisons.
Sisters Inside – An independent community organisation based in Queensland advocates for the human rights of women in the criminal justice system, and to address gaps in the services available to them.
Third Eye Collective (Montreal)– A survivor initiated intergenerational grassroots collective led by self-identified women of Black/African origins. Third Eye Collective is dedicated to healing from and organizing against sexual, gender-based, intimate partner, and state and institutional violence, as well as incest.
Undercurrent Victoria – A team of volunteers who develop and deliver workshops on healthy relationships, family violence and sexual assault, gender and sexuality, and consent and communication.
Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (VALS) – A service providing referrals, advice/information, duty work or case work assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Victoria.
Victorian Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders (VACRO) – A service providing assistance to adults involved with the criminal justice system and their families.