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Join us for a one-year anniversary screening of “Transforming Corrections,” a powerful 2023 documentary that follows Connecticut’s political leaders as they explore Norway’s progressive prison system.

Hear from incarcerated individuals, policymakers, and Norwegians about what is and what is not working. Discover how Norway’s focus on rehabilitation and redemption has transformed its corrections system and reduced recidivism. This is a unique chance to rethink incarceration, examine policy gaps, and ignite meaningful debate on building a more just and humane system right here in our communities. Come curious, with an open mind, and a willingness to be part of solutions. The screening will be followed by a Q&A hosted by Brittany Lamarr and Andrew Clark of the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy.


Andrew Clark

Director | Institute of Municipal and Regional Policy, UCONN

Mr. Clark works to facilitate efficient and effective solutions to critical issues facing Connecticut policymakers. The IMRP brings together a dedicated team of UConn faculty, staff, and students with state and national experts to provide immediate and long-range policy solutions.

Brittany LaMarr

Project Manager | Tow Youth Justice Institute (Juvenile Justice Policy and Oversight Committee)

Brittany is a tireless advocate for human rights, youth justice, and legal policy reforms across state, national, and international levels. With a B.A. in Political Science from UConn, where she is also an MPP & J.D. Candidate. Brittany personifies the power of education as an alum of Yale Law School’s Access to Law Fellowship and a Frederic Bastiat Fellow of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. She brings her unique blend of lived experience and scholarship to her many leadership roles, serving as: Assistant Director of the National Prison Debate League, Project Manager of the Juvenile Justice Policy and Oversight Committee with the Tow Youth Justice Institute, Smart Justice Leader with the ACLU of Connecticut, Justice Advisor with Connecticut Justice Alliance, and a member of the New England Commission on the Future of Higher Education in Prison.

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