Architecture for Social Justice
November 5-8, 2014 | Hilton at the Ball Park – St. Louis, Mo.
Call for Proposals Submission
The fabric of justice architecture is changing in response to the needs of society. In our own young Democracy, ideas about the whole and the individual demonstrate how we self-regulate our society’s fabric. Recent public outcry has never been greater to make changes to the status quo.
In this conference we will explore how current justice facilities are meeting the demands for change, and how this will affect the next generation of justice architects through the following tracks:
- Local Justice – Municipal and neighborhood level facilities including law enforcement, juvenile and re-entry, civil and family courts
- Federal and State Courts
- Detention and Corrections
- Sustainability, Research, Ideology and Education/Reviews
We welcome submissions at every level of justice building design that demonstrate these social and institutional ideas.
The proposal deadline is due May 19, 2014 at Noon Eastern Time.
Complete submissions include: one completed session submission form, completed speaker agreements for each speaker, and one key graphic.
Questions can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org