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INSIDE OUT: March 8, 2011

Take action this 100th International Women’s Day to learn how you can better support women involved in the criminal justice system. On March 8 join community partners who are working together to help women live, work and thrive in Alberta.

135 Southland Drive SE
9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

  • Service provider networking event
  • Interactive panel discussions on housing,
    employment, mental health and addictions, and more
  • Keynote address by Kim Pate, Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies

• Showcase your organization - $75.00 - PURCHASE
Includes showcase area, two tickets to the keynote luncheon featuring Kim Pate, onsite marketing and access to the networking event and panel discussions

• Network with community partners - FREE
Includes access to the networking event and panel discussions (morning or afternoon sessions available)

Space is limited. Register today!
Contact insideoutevent@hotmail.com or call 403-462-8122.

Please RSVP no later than February 18, 2011.

InsideOut is a full circle partnership that is helping men, women and youth involved in the criminal justice system live, work and thrive in Alberta. Community partners include Alberta Criminal Justice Association, Alberta Health Services, City of Calgary, Calgary Homeless Foundation, Calgary John Howard Society, Calgary Urban Aboriginal Initiatives, Correctional Services Canada, Elizabeth Fry Society, Prairie Region Halfway House Association, Government of Alberta and University of Calgary.

Download the invitation!




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