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Unlocking strength: a survival guide for women in prison

Sydney Community Foundation’s Sub Fund, The Keeping Women Out of Prison Coalition (KWOOP) is supporting the development of an innovative digital resource that aims to help women navigate the journey from Arrest to Release, minimise the negative impacts of incarceration and reduce recidivism.

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Unlocking strength: a survival guide for women in prison

Sydney Community Foundation’s Sub Fund, The Keeping Women Out of Prison Coalition (KWOOP) is supporting the development of an innovative digital resource that aims to help women navigate the journey from Arrest to Release, minimise the negative impacts of incarceration and reduce recidivism.

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Sydney Women’s Fund Portrait Research Launch 2021

Sydney Women's Fund Launches Latest Research 'A Portrait of Sydney Women 2021' 1 December 2021: At NSW Parliament House with The Hon Bronwyn Taylor MLC, NSW Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women. Sydney Women's Fund Portrait Research 2021

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Profile of women in prison NSW

Profile of women in prison in NSW Commissioned by the – Keeping Women Out of Prison Coalition – (KWOOP), a Sub Fund of Sydney Community Foundation and Sydney Women’s Fund. Authors:Lucy Phelan, Mindy Sotiri, and Margaret Scott for KWOOP KWOOP

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Dorothy Hoddinott AO starts Refugee Scholarship Fund

Dorothy Hoddinott AO – Refugee Scholarship Fund Human rights champion Dorothy Hoddinott AO, starts sub-fund with Sydney Community Foundation to provide post-secondary education scholarships for refugee youth. “We need to give the same opportunities for everyone in our society. We need

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Women in Prison: It’s complicated

Keeping Women Out of Prison Lunch Presentation The Keeping Women Out of Prison Coalition with Sydney Community Foundation’s Sydney Women’s Fund convened a special lunch presentation by Vanessa Swan, Executive Director Offender Development for Correctional Services, South Australia. Women in Prison:

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