PROJECTS

The Incarceration Nations Network (INN) is a global network and think tank that supports, instigates and popularizes innovative prison reform efforts around the world

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November 24, 2019

Multimedia Web Platform

INN has built the first-ever multimedia web platform and database showcasing prison reform and justice re-imagining efforts around the world.
May 8, 2020

COVID-19 & The Writing on the Wall

In partnership with the acclaimed visual artist Hank Willis Thomas, the nonprofit architecture firm MASS Design Group and the production team Openbox, INN’s art installation The Writing on the Wall is a pop-up art installation made from writing by people in prison around the world.
November 24, 2019

Global Gatherings

In partnership with local organizations in host countries, INN coordinates global convenings to publicize its platform and elevate the achievements and approaches of global organizations doing innovative justice around the world.
September 5, 2018

The Writing on the Wall

In partnership with the acclaimed visual artist Hank Willis Thomas, the nonprofit architecture firm MASS Design Group and the production team Openbox, INN’s art installation The Writing on the Wall is a pop-up art installation made from writing by people in prison around the world.
September 4, 2018

Incarcerated Writings

A literary imprint in partnership with global publishers will publish narratives in all genres by those who have experienced incarceration around the world.
September 3, 2018

Prison-to-College Pipeline movement

As part of its #EducationNotIncarceration pillar, INN collaborates with local institutions around the world to build Prison-to-College Pipelines (P2CP), inspired by the Prison-to-College Pipeline program at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, which Dr. Baz founded in 2010.
September 2, 2018

INN-TV

INN is producing a series of short films about the global prison crisis, connecting the dots from one country to another and elevating/archiving the voices of those who have experienced incarceration.