The Center joins existing and emerging community-based grassroots campaigns to develop strategies and advocacy efforts and works with government agencies and officials to support policy change.
Aging in Prison: Reducing Elder Incarceration and Promoting Public Safety This policy document, published by the Center for Justice at Columbia University and edited by Samuel Roberts, Associate Professor of History at Columbia University and director for the InstituteLEARN MORE >
About | Partners | Staff | News | Support Us Justice Ambassadors is a platform for 16 to 24 year olds who’ve been previously justice-involved and Youth residing in New York City, to participate in an eight week, structuredLEARN MORE >
The Policy Working Group’s current work concerns long-term sentences and people aging in prison. The Center, the Correctional Association of New York (CANY) and its Releasing Aging People in Prison Project (RAPP), and the Osborne Association have partnered to bringLEARN MORE >
Watch Video Below In collaboration with the Media and Idea Lab (MIL) at Columbia University, we are excited to launch “Life Outside: Rosalie Comes Home,” the first in a series of videos featuring formerly incarcerated people over the age ofLEARN MORE >