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Ms. Kim Pate

Executive Director

Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies

Direct Phone: (613) ***-****       

Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies

Canadian Association Of Elizabeth Fry Societies 701-151 Slater Street

Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5H3


Company Description

CAEFS is a federation of autonomous societies which works with, and on behalf of, women involved with the justice system, particularly women in conflict with the law. Elizabeth Fry Societies are community based agencies dedicated to offering services and ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director
Elizabeth Fry Society

National Director
Elizabeth Fry Society

Part-Time Common Law Professor
University of Ottawa

Visiting Professor With the Faculty of Law
University of Ottawa

Part Time Professor
University of Ottawa


Board Member
Elizabeth Fry Society


honorary degree

B.Ed P.D.P.P.

University of Victoria


Dalhousie University

Honorary Doctorate

University of Ottawa

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prisonjustice.ca events calendar

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Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies - Kim Pate

6pm - Keynote Speaker: Kim Pate
With: Cease Wyss - Coast Salish Welcome, Eddie Rouse, Karlene Faith, Kim Pate, Tom Elton, Brenda Blondell - Strength In Sisterhood, Painted Pony Drum Group, BCPWA Prison Outreach Program

Elizabeth Fry Society Of Manitoba - Advocacy, Support and Resources for Women in the Provincial and Federal Justice System - Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Remand facilities are also overcrowded and lack rehabilitative programs, said Kim Pate, executive director of the Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies.

Pate, who has worked at Elizabeth Fry for more than 20 years, said the rise in women serving federal sentences is directly related to cuts in social services.
"As we've seen cuts to social programs, cuts to health care, cuts to education, those who traditionally had to rely on those for an equal playing field have been most impacted. And that overwhelmingly is, of course, indigenous peoples, women, poor people, and those with mental health issues," said Pate.
About two-thirds of incarcerated women are mothers, she added.

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Kim Pate

CFUW OC speakers

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Presenter: Kim Pate, Executive Director, Elizabeth Fry Society

"Women, particularly indigenous women, ...

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"Women, particularly indigenous women, are the fastest-growing prison population," said Kim Pate, national director of the Elizabeth Fry Society.

Pate said the biggest problem is a lack of in-prison programs aimed at addressing the issues that result in women getting behind bars in the first place.

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