On March 23rd and 24th 2012, the Criminal Justice Caucus will be holding a conference entitled “Removing the Bars-Take Action.”
This event is an interdisciplinary community event held at Columbia University School of Social Work and in collaboration with students from various law schools, teachers colleges, social workers and other criminal justice social workers.
Included in this powerhouse of a conference are key note speakers, round table discussions and presentations and various workshops.
The caucus hopes to inspire student and faculty interest and involvement in constructive criminal justice curricular and extra-curricular endeavors, at the social work school and the university as a whole.
Panel discussions and workshops include:
- Children of Incarcerated Parents
- Perspectives of the Formerly Incarcerated
- Know Your Rights & Reentry
- Aging Behind Bars
- Solitary Confinement
- Society’s Perspective of the Formerly Incarcerated
- Restorative Justice
- Role of Education Inside Prison an in Successful Reentry
…and many more workshops related to improving the health of the criminal justice system.
This event is free and open to anyone interested in prison education and prison perspectives. The event fills up quickly, so please sign up soon for this powerful caucus–“Removing the Bars-Take Action.”