Recent events have been life-changing, particularly for Philadelphians living in poverty.
A global pandemic. A crashing economy. National racial reckoning. Now, more than ever, it is imperative that local—and national—leaders work together.
The Forum on Justice & Opportunity mobilizes a network of citizens, practitioners, and city leaders who are committed to:
- Changing the narrative on poverty, busting myths about those affected
- Advancing evidence-based practices that increase economic mobility
- Influencing our city’s systems in hopes of helping more of our neighbors move out of poverty for good
This year, the Forum on Justice & Opportunity will be an immersive, week-long virtual experience.
Monday, October 26 through Friday, October 30, there will be hour-long sessions daily, so lots of opportunities for you to participate safely.
What's in it for you?
Six sessions focused on ensuring equity during economic recovery. More than 15 local and national thought leaders. Interactive workshop-style group activities. Social work CEUs for practitioners. And actionable take-aways to help you #ChallengePoverty.
Now through August 31, you can get an All-Access pass to the full week’s line-up for half the price!