Elizabeth Fry Society

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Elizabeth Fry Society

The Elizabeth Fry Society (EFS) works on issues affecting women and girls in the justice system. The EFS takes their name from prison reformer Elizabeth Fry. She was a major driving force behind new legislation in England to make the treatment of prisoners more humane, and she was supported in her efforts by the reigning monarch. The original Elizabeth Fry Society of Canada was founded in 1939 by Member of Parliament Agnes Macphail. The Elizabeth Fry Society- Peel-Halton Branch began in 1968 when Interested members of the community met to discuss the possibility of forming an agency prior to the opening of the Vanier Centre for Women.

http://www.efrypeelhalton.ca