CHILD WELFARE THEME
Intersectionality: Examining Systemic Inequities and Collaborating for Change
To equip attendees with tools to:
- Critically analyze and influence policies that compound systemic oppression
- Recognize the role of identity in social work practice and across systems
- Evaluate the physiological and psychological impact of systemic trauma experienced by individuals in the child welfare system
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE 2018 TITLE IV-E SUMMIT
- Public Child Welfare Agency, University, Tribal, and other Title IV-E Partners
- Title IV-E Stipend Program Students. Students should reach out to their school’s Project Coordinator for more information.
WHEN & WHERE
April 19–20, 2018 | San Mateo Marriott
- Registration for this event is required; on-site registration is not available. Registration is closed as we reach capacity.
- Sign-in is required both days of the event. Due to concurrent CalSWEC events on April 19 and 20, Summit nametags will have our event logo on them. Title IV-E Student Hosts will support with your registration and checking nametags during meal times.
- To confirm your registration or review your workshop selection, search e-mail subject line “Registration Confirmation for 2018 Title IV-E Summit,” or e-mail sender “firstname.lastname@example.org”.
- If needed, please cancel in advance of this event by e-mailing email@example.com.
The keynote speaker will be Hon. Abby Abinanti, an enrolled Yurok Tribal member and Chief Judge of the Yurok Tribal Court. She holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of New Mexico School of Law and was the first California Tribal woman to be admitted to the State Bar of California. Read Judge Abinanti's biography.
When you register, you'll have an opportunity to select your top workshop preferences. View the PDF of the Summit Program.
PUBLIC CHILD WELFARE RESOURCE ZONE
The 2018 Title IV-E Summit hosts a Public Child Welfare Resource Zone, made up of agencies and practice partners offering information and networking opportunities. Stop by to chat with them about their organization, job openings, opportunities to network through professional groups, and other child welfare topics!
The keynote session and select workshops will be streamed LIVE on Friday, April 20. Remote viewers are encouraged to actively participate in these sessions on Twitter using #2018IVESummit. For more information, follow us on social media.
Partial funding for this meeting is provided by the California Department of Social Services and sponsorship through NASW-CA.
- If you have questions regarding the CalSWEC Title IV-E Summit and/or would like to join our distribution list, please contact Rose Chahla, Title IV-E Assistant Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you have questions about the logistics or location of this event, please contact Nancy Nelson, CalSWEC Administrative Director, email@example.com.