Justice for Soli has joined hands with different organizations, such as Naseeha Mental Health and the Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies (CAEFS), to host online webinars that create a space for constructive discourse on the topics of mental health and prison reform. Through these webinars, the movement has created a platform for education and awareness on social issues, with a nexus in Soli’s death.
In spring 2020, Justice for Soli launched a weekly webinar series in association with Emilie Coyle, the Executive Director of the CAEFS. The series, hosted on Facebook Live, discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on prisoners and individuals suffering from mental illness. Guests have included Senator Kim Pate; former Canadian Supreme Court justice and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Madam Justice Louise Arbour; Mi’kmaw lawyer and social justice activist, Dr. Pamela Palmater; and human rights lawyer, Paul Champ.
Please join us and the Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies Wednesday at 7pm to kick off our conversation series about public health and prisons. Our first speaker, Martha Paynter, founded Women's Wellness Within and is an RN. #JusticeForSoli #CAEFS
This is just a reminder that tomorrow, we are holding a livestream about how the #COVID19 pandemic affects some of the most vulnerable members of our society, namely those who suffer from mental illness. Join us for a discussion at 8 p.m....