IPS’s National Priorities Project Director, Lindsay Koshgarian will be a featured speaker on the panel “From Local to Global: Law Enforcement, Engagement and Intervention” at the Global Injustice Conference, a three-day program open to the Washington University community. The panel Moderator is Atia Thurman, Associate Director of the Clark-Fox Policy Institute, Brown School, Washington University in St. Louis.
- Heather Taylor, President of the Ethical Society of Police in St. Louis
- Lindsay Koshgarian, Program Director at National Priorities Project
- Phillip Brooks, Community Health Worker, RE-LINK Program, St. Louis Integrated Health Network
The goals of the conference are:
- To facilitate productive dialogue between the students and both academic and seasoned practitioners whose advocacy, organizing, or research addresses global injustice
- To consider the structural and social causes of injustice as well as how different groups and individuals experience, confront, mitigate, and transform it
- To incorporate a variety of perspectives from different disciplines and practices, thereby leaving conference participants with a transdisciplinary understanding
- To discuss the history and current research of interventions in order to align them with the framework of evidence-based practice
- To engage students in a practical exercise of conflict resolution among stakeholders through a case competition
- To foster collaboration and connection among Washington University undergraduate and graduate students as well as alumni and other professionals in the field
See information on the full conference.
Co-sponsored by IAS, the Career Center, Dept. of Women and Gender Studies, and the Office of Global Programs at the Brown School.