Voice of the Youth
Inspiring Stories From the Innocence Project
The Innocence Project works for free to free innocent people who have been incarcerated, prevent wrongful convictions, and strives toward creating an equitable justice system. Here are some of their inspiring stories.
International Law and Legal Processes Around the World
The goal of achieving justice is noble, but the meaning of justice differs worldwide. Discover international law and global legal processes.
Does Good Cop, Bad Cop Actually Work?
Good cop, bad cop is a negotiation strategy used in a variety of different industries, such as sales — and law enforcement. But does it work?
Understanding the Impact of Restorative Justice
Discover the statistics and stories showing the impact of restorative justice, and how it provides healing and help to offenders and victims
Youth Diversion Strategies: Overcoming Obstacles and Challenges
Youth diversion carves a path for rehabilitation and reform outside of prison. Discover the challenges and solutions for youth diversion.
Fundamentals of Effective Criminal Rehabilitation
If we want to reduce the recidivism rate, then we need to focus on effective criminal rehabilitation methods that actually lead to change.
The Psychology of Second Chances
Second chances play a critical role in helping incarcerated individuals reform their behaviour and successfully reintegrate into society.
How the Doe Fund Helps Former Prisoners Turn Their Lives Around
The Doe Fund is an NYC-based nonprofit that strives to do exactly that by releasing male prisons through its Ready, Willing & Able program. Learn more here!
Second-Chance Hiring: a Case Study
Second-chance hiring is the practice of hiring individuals with a criminal record, and here's how it can help various groups.
Juvenile Offenders: Risk Factors and Solutions
Incarceration is not an effective solution for juvenile offenders. Discover risk factors and proposed solutions.