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Criminal Justice Reform Public Advocate Forum

Join us for a robust conversation about criminal justice in New York City with candidates for the Office of Public Advocate Did you know there was an Office of Public Advocate? Do you know what the Public Advocate does? Did

Beyond the Bars 2019: Register Now!

Register Now! https://beyondthebars2019.eventbrite.com Join us for the 9th Annual Beyond the Bars Conference of the Center for Justice at Columbia University that will focus on both the incarceration and criminalization of women and girls themselves as well as of their... READ MORE

Full Circle: Reclaiming and Reconnecting to Our Restorative Practices

Full Circle: Reclaiming and Reconnecting to Our Restorative Practices with Whitney Richards-Calathes  February 1-3, 2019 9:30-5:00pmColumbia School of Social Work 1255 Amsterdam AveThis three day experience is an opportunity for those who identify as a people of color to collectively

Beyond the Bars 2019: Call for Artists

The 9th Annual Beyond the Bars Conference at Columbia University is seeking artwork in response to the theme of this year’s conference focusing on women and girls: the impact of incarceration and criminalization on women and girls, their families and... READ MORE

2019 Guggenheim Internship Application

Generously funded by the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, Oscar S. Straus II Fellows in Criminal Justice are a group of Princeton University, Columbia University, and Barnard College students who intern each summer at New York City criminal justice non-profit... READ MORE

Beyond the Bars 2019 – Request for Proposals

The 9th Annual Beyond the Bars Conference of the Center for Justice at Columbia University will focus on both the incarceration and criminalization of women and girls themselves as well as of their families and communities. Our focus is inclusive... READ MORE

HEALING THROUGH PAIN GALA

A day-long event that honors 25 parents and 25 siblings of victims of violence. We share food, performances, speeches, art – in the memory of those we lost. At the end we leave knowing that there is a community of