Soleiman’s death was not an isolated incident. Rather, his murder fits into a larger pattern of preventable deaths that have occurred within the Canadian prison system, which disproportionately kills the mentally ill and people of colour. With this in mind, the Justice for Soli movement has undertaken research into the systemic issues within the mental healthcare and prison systems that contributed to Soleiman’s death and the deaths of so many others. The goal of this research is not just to identify systemic issues, but also offer recommendations to prevent further deaths and suffering. Research topics include mental health care, the prison system, and solitary confinement. Our research has been conducted by academics and experts from various disciplines, and compiled in a series of reports that can be accessed here.