What would it look like to transform the civil legal system so it eliminates inequities instead of amplifying them? The Justice Determinants of Wellbeing outlines concrete changes that will push the civil legal system to a civic justice system rooted in wellbeing.
This resource is a must-read and must-share for anyone involved in pushing the civil legal system to a civil justice system that’s rooted in wellbeing.
Written by Sandra Ambrozy, Senior Fellow at the Full Frame Initiative, this resource outlines concrete changes that will change the landscape of our legal system, along with concrete examples of the many ways the Wellbeing Blueprint is being used by the civil justice system and social sectors to advance wellbeing.
FFI Senior Fellow Phyllis Becker contributes as co-author in a recent position paper from the Council for Juvenile Justice Administrators about how to apply to a wellbeing framework to juvenile justice.
FFI Senior Fellow Phyllis Becker, and Henry A. J. Ramos of The New School Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy explore how centering youth, families and communities creates more sustainable responses to crime.
Watch the recording of our conversation with Wellbeing Blueprint signer Elka Gotfryd,