An Assessment of the Implementation of the Act Relative to the Reduction in Gun Violence

Boston Police Body Camera Preliminary Report

NU- Public Evaluation Lab Offers No-Cost Evaluation Opportunity for Greater Boston Area Organizations

Capturing Human Trafficking Victimization Through Crime Reporting

The Institute on Race and Justice (IRJ) utilizes an innovative community based, participatory research model.  This innovative model is a research and advocacy partnership between Northeastern University faculty and members of the IRJ Community Advisory Board. The IRJ Community Advisory Board consists of eleven Community Practitioners whose leadership in the Boston area reflects a broad range of expertise.

The IRJ model works from another set of starting points and presumptions, where the goal of the research is to help communities achieve their own goals. This cannot be accomplished without the active, dynamic and two-way partnership between community members and researchers.  In a participatory research model, both academics and community residents are “experts” with different areas of expertise.  As a result, research conducted using this model is qualitatively different than research reports conducted using traditional researcher-subject methods.

  • 02/13/2019 - 12:00 to 1:30

    Inequality and Insecurity—A Discussion of the Travel Ban

    The Institute on Race and Justice is pleased to host our second Faculty Research Seminar, featuring Dr. Adam Hosein, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Northeastern University.  Dr. Hosein will be giving a talk entitled “Inequality and Insecurity—A Discussion of the Travel Ban” As a candidate, Donald Trump…
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Amy Farrell
Associate Director and Co-Director of the VJRL
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Lisa Laguerre
Associate Director of Community Relations
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Carlos Cuevas
Co-Director of the VJRL