Stakeholder Assessment

University of Maryland, College Park, Office of Rights & Responsibilities

In recent years, the Office of Rights and Responsibilities and the Office of Student Conduct have promoted a more holistic approach to student development and support when student misconduct happens, including some restorative justice (RJ) practices. They have engaged HNMCP to assess the needs and interests of campus stakeholders and help forecast the implementation of their proposed RJ process design.

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ICWA/Child Custody Court Models

This project will engage the questions around the potential establishment of ICWA/child custody courts for recently federally-recognized Native American tribes. The focus will be on conducting secondary research into existing ICWA/child custody court models, and will include interviews with experts (in the field of Native American law and tribal courts) and community stakeholders (tribal leaders,

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Freedom House

Freedom House is an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom and democracy around the world, which analyzes the challenges to freedom, advocates for greater political rights and civil liberties, and supports frontline activists to defend human rights and promote democratic change.   The Data Driven Advocacy (DDA) Activity is a USAID-funded program implemented

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Saint Paul’s College 4LIFE

Saint Paul’s College was a historically Black College in Lawrenceville, VA that served the Brunswick County community from 1888 until it closed in 2013. SPC4LIFE is an organization of dedicated alumni who are working to reopen the college, with the purpose of developing and implementing innovative educational, economic, and professional programs to empower people and

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Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office

The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office (SCDAO), led by DA Rachael Rollins, serves the cities and towns of Boston, Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop, Massachusetts. With approximately 300 employees, including about 150 lawyers, it is among the largest and busiest district attorney’s offices in New England. SCDAO is deeply committed to principles of equity, fairness, openness,

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American Bar Association: Approaches to Eviction Prevention

The American Bar Association (ABA) is a voluntary bar association of lawyers and law students that is not specific to any jurisdiction in the United States. In response to the growing legal needs of Americans arising from the coronavirus (COVID-19), the ABA has created this nationwide task force of volunteer lawyers and judges from across the legal profession. This group is working to identify the legal

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New Hampshire Judicial Branch

The New Hampshire Judicial Branch has convened an interdisciplinary committee composed of representatives from all parts of the Court system. HNMCP will conduct a project to explore stakeholder experiences, approaches to, and perspectives on remote hearings and the role they may play in ensuring access to justice and serving as a dispute resolution option that courts could offer. Potential final products include recommendations, resources, and/or training materials to improve stakeholder use of and value gained from remote hearings.

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New Hampshire Judicial Council

The Judicial Council is a state agency that is part of the Executive Branch of the New Hampshire state government, created to serve as a neutral forum for the discussion and presentation of ideas about how to improve the delivery of justice in the state of New Hampshire. Historically, parent representation in child protection cases

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Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration

The Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration (MOPC) is the statutory state office that focuses exclusively on assisting courts and public agencies access quality conflict resolution services and build evidence-based dispute resolution programs. MOPC is also the statutory administrator of the Community Mediation Center Grant Program, which provides state operational funding to qualified community mediation centers

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