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Surry Hills, NSW, Australia
9281 3338
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Independent Community Living Australia is a community organisation established in 1987 and is an Australian company limited by guarantee. We manage a number of residential services, providing long-term, secure and affordable accommodation and support services for people who have psychiatric and other disabilities. ICLA believes that each of our residential clients has the right to the best care and support possible, that services are delivered in a safe and secure environment and that we are guided by the best principles of rehabilitation and recovery.
Waterloo, NSW, Australia
(02) 9318 0947, 0415 858 264
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Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States
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ISP was born out of the promise that was made to the women who participated in the research that their story would make a difference in the services provided at domestic violence and substance abuse agencies, along with the expressed urgency by the agencies involved in the research to improve services for substance abusing battered women. The mission of ISP is to enhance safety and sobriety of substance abusing battered women by ending discrimination in service provision. The ISP promotes the improvement of service delivery through research, agency education, technical support, and the facilitation of collaboration between service providers.
Campsie, NSW, Australia
9789 1348
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Interchange respite Care NSW Inc offers no direct service to people with disabilities. Its clients are the service providers. It directs potential clients and volunteers to the respite service in their area. Community based respite care includes recreation and leisure activities as Peer Support.Interchange NSW convenes interagency meetings quarterly for peer support/recreation workers, for education, support and information exchange. It also holds state and regional conferences, orientation and in services education for service providers. Please ring for more information.
Geneva 8, , Switzerland
+41 (0)22 979 38 00
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Composed of 60 eminent judges and lawyers from all regions of the world, the International Commission of Jurists promotes and protects human rights through the Rule of Law, by using its unique legal expertise to develop and strengthen national and international justice systems. Established in 1952 and active on the five continents, the ICJ aims to ensure the progressive development and effective implementation of international human rights and international humanitarian law; secure the realization of civil, cultural, economic, political and social rights; safeguard the separation of powers; and guarantee the independence of the judiciary and legal profession.
, Belgium
(+32) 495-58-80-00
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ICPA believes imprisonment should be a last resort thus they support the development of alternative sanctions and community corrections.
Dublin, , Ireland
(01) 866 2706
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IASIO is a private company with charitable status that receives some money from the government. They provide services to offenders and those at risk of offending. It links them with employers, provides assistance with job searching and assists with resettlement.
Dublin, Ireland
+353 1 874 1400
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IPRT is a NGO receiving no money from government that is involved primarily with research of prison issues in Ireland and advocates for reform.
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