Public-Private Partnerships: The Power to Make a Difference for Youth, Families and Communities

 

 

 

The title of this post is the title of the Florida Juvenile Justice Association’s 2013 Adolescent Conference planned for February 19-20, 2013, in Orlando, Florida.

The conference schedule features two dynamic keynote speakers, a wide choice of among 30 workshops, and post-conference comprehensive trainings on domestic minor sex trafficking and building a movement for women and girls in the juvenile justice system.

Workshops include such topics as the impact of generational poverty; restorative justice; interventions for at-risk female gang members; peer mentorship; and bridging the gap for young male offenders without fathers.

The post-conference one-day training on girls in the system is sponsored by The Children’s Campaign and The Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center, whose President-CEO is Lawanda Ravoira.

It sounds like an amazing conference.  Here are all the details, including schedule, list of attendees, fees and registration.

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