The Jewett Center for Community Partnerships and the Center for Justice Innovation are excited to host the upcoming Re-Imagining Community Safety: Research in Practice Conference that will take place on April 13th (11:00am-4:00pm) at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. We are hoping that you can join us for this wonderful opportunity to network and explore points of collaboration with colleagues from across the tri-state region, while exploring the following related to “community safety”:
- What counts as evidence?
- How do we measure success?
- Whose voices are privileged as “researchers”, and why?
The conference will open with a welcome reception from 10:00-11:00AM, followed by opening remarks and then a panel discussion moderated by Khalilah Brown-Dean. Following lunch there will be a Town Hall style conversation involving both panelists and audience members, moderated by Alexis Bivens and Babz Rawls-Ivy.
Please RSVP at your earliest convenience, as space is limited. See the invitation to learn more about our moderators and panelists. We hope you can join us!
Should you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. below
All the best,