Opening Doors for New Americans since 1882
The Center on Violence Against Women and Children in partnership with the Rutgers Law School, Center for Migration and the Global City, Center for Latino Arts and Culture and HIASPA is pleased to host a panel discussing the U.S. government response to the arrival of large numbers of unaccompanied children fleeing their homes in Central America. Topics will include the national policy and advocacy challenges raised by the crisis, and the lessons learned.
Speakers include Jennifer Nagda, Policy Director, The Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights and Aryah Somers, Advocacy Director, KIND (Kids in Need of Defense).
Thursday, October 29th, 12:30-2pm Rutgers Law School—E112 217 North 5th Street, Camden For more information register at: http://bit.ly/1VnMwgI One FREE non-clinical CE will be provided for licensed social workers.