Unsupported browser

You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Sign up for
an Award

Participate with your entry in one of our professional or student awards.

Sign up for an award

Sign up for
a Profile

Create your own profile and publish it in the iF WORLD DESIGN GUIDE.

Sign up for a profile

Learn more:

iF SOCIAL IMPACT PRIZE
(free of charge)

Present your project for free and win your share of EUR 50,000 in prize money.

Publish your project

The Collabortive / Rehabilitation

The Collabortive
The Collabortive

The Collaborative is an alternative to incarceration for women who have been accused of perpetuating nonviolent crimes. It is a way of practicing transformative justice which acknowledges individual experiences and identities and works to actively resist the U.S. model of mass incarceration. The central goal in transformative justice is not avenging the past, but creating a better future for the individual and for the rest of us.

The transformative approach seeks safety and accountability without relying on alienation, punishments or state or systemic violence, including incarceration. Rather than a reactive approach, it is a preventative approach based on inclusive education, healing, and community outreach. The key is working collaboratively as a community that grows in relation to the specific people and relationships involved.

University

California State University Long Beach

California State University Long Beach
Pico Rivera, United States

Danielle Herrera,
California State University Long Beach