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Justice, not torture: resources and support

The BC Civil Liberties Association provides assistance to members of the public who are dealing with civil liberties issues through the assistance of our Caseworker [Click here to learn about the kinds of assistance we can provide].  However, please note that the BCCLA does not provide legal advice or legal assistance.  We also do not offer referrals to specific lawyers.

For individuals with experience in solitary confinement seeking assistance or support, we recommend contacting:

  1. John Howard Society of Canada
  2. Elizabeth Fry Society
  3. West Coast Prison Justice Society- Prisoners Legal Services
  4. Office of the Correctional Investigator

We will continue to add to this page as our work on this issue progresses.

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