Interdisciplinary Research Leaders Cohort Six - 2021

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Through a qualitative case study, the research team will seek to answer the following research
questions: is there evidence to suggest that participation in the Cost of Dignity Fellowship (1)
increases well-being for returning citizens? (e.g., improved physical and mental health, increased
access to housing, employment, and educational opportunities, increased sense of purpose and
social connectiveness, reduced recidivism); (2) promotes civic, social, and/or political knowledge
and engagement among returning citizens? (e.g., increased participation in community organizing
activities, meetings with policymakers, legislative hearings, etc.); and (3) leads to community
mobilization and policy change in the criminal justice reform space? The research team will also
document the process by which the program is developed and implemented, as well the
backgrounds and experiences of participants that may influence the program's effect.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date11/1/2110/31/24

Funding

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (79117)

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