Canadian Civil Liberties Association Releases Report,

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) has released a report: Set Up to Fail: Bail and the Revolving Door of Pre-trial Detention, which questions the extensive rise in pre-trial custody populations and identifies the extreme personal and financial costs of current practices in Canadian bail courts.

Download the full report, Set Up to Fail: Bail and [...]

Advisory: Canadian Civil Liberties Association to Release New Report on Bail System, Pre-Trial Detention

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Please join the Canadian Civil Liberties Association on July 23, 2014, for the  release of its new report on bail and pre-trial detention. The report, which is the  result of a year-long study of the operation of bail in five provinces and  territories, highlights Canada’s increasing reliance on pre-trial detention,  presents new data about the [...]

CCLA Receives Grant to Develop Online Civil Liberties Portal

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association has received a grant from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) to develop an online civil liberties information portal. This portal will provide strategic, interactive online tools to empower vulnerable populations, enabling them to share and gain knowledge and experience; engage with civil liberties issues; and increase participation in policy-making and democracy. [...]

INCLO Discussion - Social Protest and Human Rights

The International Network of Civil liberties Organizations (INCLO) is holding a discussion on police use of force and human rights’ protections in social protests, Friday, June 13 in Geneva, 2 pm – 4 pm local time.  Click here to watch a live stream of the proceedings.

The UN Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial, Summary [...]

CCLA Appears Before Committee Considering Bill C-13 (Protecting Canadians From Online Crime Act)

On June 5, 2014 CCLA appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights as part of its consideration on Bill C-13, the government’s so-called cyberbullying legislation.  Other than creating a new offence to deal with the non-consensual distribution of intimate images, the Bill has very little to do with cyberbullying. [...]