The Center for Peace, Democracy and Development (CPDD) promotes conflict resolution, democracy, economic development, education building, media development, and legal and judicial reform through partnerships and training programs across the globe. We offer academic and practical expertise across the spectrum of conflict management and democratic governance. Moreover, we mentor the next generation of peace and democracy builders from the UMass Boston student body who actively participate in many of our initiatives. The Restorative Justice Mediation Project (RJUMP) is a university-based program that aims to provide restorative justice services, education and training to the Suffolk County law enforcement community, department of corrections, youth organizations, Boston Public Schools, and UMass Boston graduate students.
Part of the UMass Boston Community-Engaged Teaching, Research, and Service Series. http://scholarworks.umb.edu/engage
Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development, University of Massachusetts Boston, "Promoting Justice, Peace, and Understanding through Partnerships and Dialogue" (2014). Office of Community Partnerships Posters. 202.