Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: The Path to SurvivalSponsored by the Florida Network of Youth and Family Services andHosted by the Florida Juvenile Justice AssociationThursday, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Raising Our Voices for Girls: Building a MovementSponsored by the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center and Hosted by the Florida Juvenile Justice AssociationThursday, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm This one day intensive training is designed for anyone interested in learning more and participating in a dialogue about the latest research trends, best practices and advocacy priorities for young women and girls in the juvenile justice system.Leading the discussions will be Lawanda Ravoira, President and CEO, The Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center. Other speakers include Roy W. Miller, President, Children’s Campaign; Linda Alexionok, Executive Director, Children’s Campaign; Vanessa Patino Lydia, Director of Research and Planning, Delores Barr Weaver PolicyCenter.Join Us For This Exciting Event Following The Conference!
Five years later, a review of the Blueprint underscores that there is much work to be done. Learn how you can be part of the Voices for Girls movement to ensure that these rights and bold reform initiative happen. This session is highly interactive and will include a conversation about the nuts and bolts of advocacy, active participation in “café dialogues” about the vision for girls, introduction of pivots/ turning points to move from being reactive to proactive in pursuit of a bold vision for girls, and an invitation to move forward together to strengthen our collective voices forgirls and young women.Participants will learn new skills in effective advocacy for system-involved girls and young women.
Presenters: Lawanda Ravoira, President & CEO, Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center, Linda Alexionok, Executive Director, Children’s Campaign, Inc. And Roy W. Miller, President, Children’s Campaign, Inc.
CEU Hours and Certificates of AttendanceApproximately 5 hours will be available for attendance at either of the Post-Conferences. A total of 17 hours will be available by attending both the 2-day conference and one post-conference.The Florida Juvenile Justice Association (FJJA) is a board-approved provider (#50-14573) for the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling