Panel on Legal Accessibility & Access to Justice - "Uniting for Justice: Bridging International & National Strategies"
Wednesday, March 27, 2024
12pm CT / 1pm ET
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Panel on Legal Accessibility & Access to Justice - "Uniting for Justice: Bridging International & National Strategies"

"Uniting for Justice: Bridging International & National Strategies"

The Education Justice Project's Policy & Research Division is hosting a 4-part panel discussion series during the 2023-24 academic year that brings together international and national organizations working in the areas of prison monitoring, juvenile justice, legal accessibility/access to justice, and drug policy reform in the hopes of disseminating best practices and bolstering our collective efforts. The series hopes to expand our understanding of how legislative, legal, and community action can spur and be used toward social justice.

Panel on Legal Accessibility & Access to Justice

The fourth and final panel in the series will bring together the Illinois Prison Project and international panelists to discuss the importance of legal accessibility, access to justice, and legal empowerment for communities in the pursuit of social justice. Audience members will have an opportunity to ask questions after the panel discussion!

The fourth and final panel in the series will discuss the importance of legal accessibility, access to justice, and legal empowerment for communities in the pursuit of social justice.

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