Mark the front of the envelope with Rule 39 to ensure that prison staff do not open the letter.
We are a feminist campaigning organisation that supports, and advocates on behalf of, women who have fought back against or killed violent men. Over the past years, Justice for Women has developed considerable legal expertise in this area, and has been involved in a number of significant cases at the Court of Appeal that have resulted in women’s original murder convictions being overturned, including Stacey Hyde, Kiranjit Ahluwahlia, Emma Humphreys, Sara Thornton and Diana Butler.
Justice for Women contributes to the global effort to eradicate male violence against women, which includes sexual and domestic violence, and coercive control. Our focus is on the criminal justice system of England and Wales. We work to identify and change those areas of law, policy and practice relating to male violence against women, where women are discriminated against on the basis of their gender.