The National Network supports, and is supported by, the work and advocacy of these organisations across so-called Australia. These groups either have an explicitly abolitionist framework, or are useful resources and services that in our experience has been useful for abolitionist work. We are unable to make this list exhaustive, but we hope that it can be a good starting point.

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Sisters Inside

Established in 1992, Sisters Inside is an independent community organisation based in Queensland, which advocates for the collective human rights of women and girls in prison, and their families, and provides services to address their individual needs.

Flat Out

Flat Out is an independent, not for profit, community based organisation that is managed by and for women, trans and gender diverse people.  Flat Out is committed to co-creating safer spaces, fostering support and self-determination for people who identify as sistergirls, intersex, transgender and/or gender diverse women.

Seeds of Affinity

Seeds of Affinity was begun in 2006 by a group of South Australian women with lived prison experience. The group was inspired to work together to challenge the ongoing stigmatisation faced by women leaving prison and to build a community where women felt a sense of belonging, solidarity and self worth.

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