The punitive state has historically made explicit who are the main targets of punishment. Race, class, gender, and geography are some of the factors that can intensify the consequences of criminalization. Criminal law does not have a history of solidarity for women and other populations that face multiple layers of precariousness in life. The punishment for abortion, the incarceration of women, the abduction of people suffering from mental disorders who commit crimes, and socio-educational measures are some of the scenarios involved in our ethical and political action for social change and fairness. To learn more about our work in criminal justice, see some of our main actions below.