Join the conversation as Open Society convenes three panels featuring 12 frontline activists who will discuss the rise of mandatory detention, assess the current situation, and explain how a world without mandatory detention would work to everyone’s benefit. ...
Peter and Carol Keith, long-time local community benefactors and justice advocates, have made an unrestricted grant of $10,000.00 to the Global Justice Resource Center Dr. John Gannon, Executive Director, announced the grant today and said the donation will be dedicated to promoting ...
An on-line symposium presented by the International Network of Justice Improvement Organizations.
Watch the first webinar in our "Criminal Justice Take-Away Series.”
In this webinar, you will get new ideas from four of the world's most thoughtful and knowledgeable leaders in criminal justice. We will explore Value+Added justice principles and consider new possibilities for the future of criminal justice.
The use of torture is a human rights violation that is completely prohibited by international law.
Citizens must be involved in developing new ideas for justice improvements. Injustice occurs in the community and new justice practices, to be effective, must arise out of those same communities.