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Jan 28, 2015

Will sado-politics win another term for Harper?

J. Baglow
The Harper government is introducing life without parole. New "anti-terrorism" legislation will follow. Inflicting punishment is an election ploy, appealing to base instincts -- pun intended.
Blog
Jun 11, 2012

The ABCs of unit two

Mandy Hiscocks
Unit two is a maximum-security section of Vanier Centre for Women where Claire McKenzie was a 2F inmate when she was released recently, but during her time here she also experienced life on 2D and 2E.
Blog
May 5, 2012

Bored but not broken: All out for Byron!

Mandy Hiscocks
Today, I want to talk about Byron Sonne. Byron was arrested on all kinds of serious (not to mention seriously trumped up) charges related to the 2010 G20 summit.
Blog
May 5, 2012

Bored but not broken: A series of unfortunate events

Mandy Hiscocks
The past few days have been the worst yet. Since I got here, I've been putting a lot of effort into a few specific things. And now, one by one, they have all been dealt some pretty serious blows.
Podcast
Apr 12, 2012

A plague of prisons

People's Health Radio
People's Health Radio looks again at the health and social impacts of prisons and the mass incarceration agenda in Canada.
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The Missing Project

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The missing project strives to make mass imprisonment visible

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