Community-Driven Justice: Leading from the Grassroots
Lester Pollack Colloquium Room
Food will be provided
The Public Interest Law Center and the Robert L. Bernstein Institute for Human Rights are delighted to invite you to Community-Driven Justice: Leading from the Grassroots, a panel discussion on the importance of working directly with affected communities to build legal empowerment, grassroots action, and social change. In this social, political, economic, and cultural moment, community-driven justice is more important than ever. The discussion will feature panelists Lam Ho, Executive Director of the Community Activism Law Alliance (CALA), Michael Otto, Global Network Manager at Namati, and Heather Lewis, Director of Resource Development at CADCOM, and will be moderated by Kate Rubin, Director of Policy & Strategic Initiatives at Youth Represent.
The event is co-sponsored by the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice.