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On Point: Making Prison Needle and Syringe Programs Work in Canada

january 10, 2014

You are encouraged to participate in this free and lively panel discussion in support of prisoners' rights and justice. Panelists will discuss why prison needle and syringe programs are essential, how they are working in other countries, and how they might be implementedin Canada.

Panelists include:

  • Daniela De Santis, Hindelbank Prison, Switzerland
  • Ruth Elwood Martin, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
  • Sandra Ka Hon Chu, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, Toronto
  • Julie Thomas, Healing Our Nations, Nova Scotia

When: Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 from 7-9PM EST


Ryerson University- Jorgenson Hall

Corner of Gerrard St. East and Victoria St.

2nd Floor accessible

For more information: prisonhealthnow.ca