Join with WILPF SA and make change happen.

Hear reports from speakers Tabitha Lean and Aunty Pat Waria-Read about the conditions that women experience in the prison, followed by a discussion of strategies and activities that women’s organisations could carry out to boost improvements for our sisters inside.

WILPF SA has been lobbying government for several years about the unacceptable conditions experienced by incarcerated women.  The situation is urgent. Together we can make a difference. Can you or your organisation assist?

About the speakers

Tabitha Lean is an activist, story teller and dreamer who, as a result of her personal experiences with the ‘justice’ system, advocates for healing forms of justice that reject the punishment and imprisonment approach inherent in the current system.

Pat Waria-Read is a volunteer with Salt and Pepper, an organisation that supports, works with and advocates for women in prison and post release clients. She is also the Chairperson of the State Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance the SA Representative on the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance.

Join our campaign to improve the conditions experienced by women in prison.

Event details

Date/time: Thurs 28 Jan, 6.30pm
Venue: NCSWA House, 95 South Tce Adelaide.
Donation at the door.
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