Accounting for Violence: How to Increase Safety and Break Our Failed Reliance on Mass Incarceration
This report describes four principles to guide policies and practices that aim to reduce violence: They should be survivor-centered, based on accountability, safety-driven, and racially equitable.
Explore social sector research that seeks to reform the criminal justice system, including the administration of courts and correctional facilities. This can include work around alternatives to incarceration as well as services and advocacy for prisoners, former offenders, and those in the juvenile justice system.
RESEARCH RELATED FUNDING
This trend line represents foundation funding for research & publication in this specific issue area. Data are from grants awarded by the FC 1000, a national sample of 1,000 of the largest grantmakers by total giving.
% OF TOTAL FUNDING (2013)
Graph represents all funding for this issue area; the highlighted arc represents the proportion awarded explicitly for research and publication.
TITLES RECENTLY PUBLISHED
May 1, 2022
Publisher(s): Detention Watch Network ; Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights ; Mijente ; youth Justice Coalition ; Freedom for Immigrants ; African Bureau for Immigration and Social Affairs (ABISA) ; Boston Immigration Justice and Accountability Network (BIJAN) ; Community Justice Exchange ; Envision Freedom Fund ; Just Futures Law ; La Resistencia ; Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition (LBIRC) ; Organized Communities Against Deportations (OCAS)
Apr 21, 2022
Publisher(s): Human Rights First
Mar 31, 2022
Publisher(s): Bridgespan Group
Feb 2, 2022
Publisher(s): Pew Research Center
Jan 25, 2022
Dec 14, 2021
Publisher(s): All Voting is Local
Dec 13, 2021
Publisher(s): Vera Institute of Justice
TITLES FROM THE ARCHIVES
Mar 1, 2007
Publisher(s): Public/Private Ventures
Dec 1, 2006
Publisher(s): Justice Policy Institute
Mar 1, 2007
Publisher(s): The Sentencing Project