Explore the transformative power of education through the eyes of a dozen incarcerated men and women trying to earn college degrees – and a chance at new beginnings.
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Nearly 90% of people who need treatment for addiction do not receive it. Rise Up with Shatterproof to shatter the stigma of addiction so that people receive the treatment they need.
Come and learn ways to get involved in the Second Chance for Georgia Campaign, and share your story about how your record has been a barrier & why we need to change Georgia’s law.
Meeting for family members and significant others of offenders incarcerated in the Georgia prison system.
Like most conferences, this one features dynamic knowledgeable speakers and provides opportunities to learn best practice approaches and exchange creative ideas, but it is so much more. It offers such amazing opportunities to network and receive and provide encouragement and support that it has even been described as “magical!” However, the “magical” part of this conference is intangible and cannot be fully understood without actually being there.
The CJCC represents the culmination of many efforts to establish a statewide body that would build consensus and unity among the State's diverse and interdependent, criminal justice system components.
Southern Center for Human Rights symposium, exploring the impact of the criminalization of race and poverty and ways to end these policies and practices.
FREE Summit open to the Public for a legal, Educational Purpose -- discussing the most important issues of our time – Criminal Justice Reform.
Calling all fans of soccer and social justice! Join Georgia Justice Project (GJP) for an evening of cheering on Atlanta United while communing with others invested in criminal justice reform.
The 2019 National Conference on Ending Homelessness and Capitol Hill Day is the nation’s largest convening of service providers, leaders, advocates, and consumers working to end homelessness in the United States.
This event is an informative session for individuals who believe they have faced discrimination in rental housing.
The purpose of this meeting is for family members to meet with Departmental representatives and discuss issues concerning the incarceration of their love one(s).
There is no better place for HR professional development than SHRM’s Annual Conference & Exposition. By attending, you’ll gain the tools and resources you need to implement successful HR practices – which help your company succeed.
This event is a gathering of influential faith leaders and criminal justice thought leaders from around the country who share a common interest in practical solutions for abolishing America’s massive and increasingly privatized prison industrial complex.