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The State as Abuser: Coercive Control in the Colony

  Joint Submission from Sisters Inside and the Institute for Collaborative Race Research on Discussion Paper 1 of the Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce. (click on image to read full submission) How can you help? The Sisters Inside Fund for Children...

A World Without Prisons – Living Black

Karla Grant speaks with Justice Reformer Debbie Kilroy about how she’s standing up for women behind bars, paying unpaid fines for prisoners, and why she thinks a world without prisons is possible. How can you help? The Sisters Inside Fund for Children supports...

National Network – Media Release

Thirty years ago the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in custody delivered  its 339 recommendations, and three decades later the system they call justice is still  killing Aboriginal people.  The National Network of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women...
Peace and Justice:  Debbie Kilroy OAM

Peace and Justice: Debbie Kilroy OAM

After her release from prison in 1992, Debbie Kilroy OAM established Sisters Inside to fight for the human rights of incarcerated women and girls to address gaps in services available to them and their children. Since then, Debbie has completed four tertiary degrees –...