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Message ID: 10979
Date: 2021-08-27

Author:Orsi, Rebecca

Subject:A Call to Action to Change Child Welfare

Colleagues, Registration for A CALL TO ACTION TO CHANGE CHILD WELFARE is now open! If you want to change child welfare and be part of the solution, consider attending this international virtual conference. The conference is organized to create community, connections, and relationships and to encourage curiosity and challenge traditional structures and ideas. Join those with lived experience; child welfare practitioners, supervisors, administrators; legal, mental health, and medical professionals; community and neighborhood leaders; researchers; policymakers; advocates; and other thought leaders from around the world—expected to be 2000 strong—in re-envisioning child welfare. We invite you to come together to connect communities that lift up child and family well-being and social and community justice. Join us to TAKE ACTION Monday, October 4 - Thursday, October 7. Visit KempeConference.org to register and to find more information. We hope to see you in October! Best, Becky -- Rebecca (Becky) Orsi, PhD, MS | Pronouns: she/her/hers* Assistant Research Professor, Pediatrics The Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse & Neglect University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus | Department of Pediatrics The Gary Pavilion at Children’s Hospital Colorado | 13123 East 16th Avenue, Box 390 | Aurora, CO 80045 E: rebecca.orsi@cuanschutz.edu | P: 303-864-5178 | www.thekempecenter.org *Kempe is committed to creating a safe and inclusive working environment. One way to practice this is to share gender pronouns. What pronouns do you use? Learn more about why pronouns matter by clicking on this link: Resources on personal pronouns Click the banner for information about the 2021 Conference!

Colleagues, Registration for A CALL TO ACTION TO CHANGE CHILD WELFARE is now open! If you want to change child welfare and be part of the solution, consider attending this international virtual conference. The conference is organized to create community, connections, and relationships and to encourage curiosity and challenge traditional structures and ideas. Join those with lived experience; child welfare practitioners, supervisors, administrators; legal, mental health, and medical professionals; community and neighborhood leaders; researchers; policymakers; advocates; and other thought leaders from around the world—expected to be 2000 strong—in re-envisioning child welfare. We invite you to come together to connect communities that lift up child and family well-being and social and community justice. Join us to TAKE ACTION Monday, October 4 - Thursday, October 7. Visit KempeConference.org to register and to find more information. We hope to see you in October! Best, Becky -- Rebecca (Becky) Orsi, PhD, MS | Pronouns: she/her/hers* Assistant Research Professor, Pediatrics The Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse & Neglect University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus | Department of Pediatrics The Gary Pavilion at Children’s Hospital Colorado | 13123 East 16th Avenue, Box 390 | Aurora, CO 80045 E: rebecca.orsicuanschutz.edu | P: 303-864-5178 | www.thekempecenter.org *Kempe is committed to creating a safe and inclusive working environment. One way to practice this is to share gender pronouns. What pronouns do you use? Learn more about why pronouns matter by clicking on this link: Resources on personal pronouns Click the banner for information about the 2021 Conference!