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Consensus Convening to Refine and Affirm a Research Agenda for a 21st Century Approach to Child Welfare
You are invited to take part in a virtual Consensus Convening designed to refine and affirm a 21st Century Research Agenda. The Child Welfare field is in need of a bold research agenda that addresses key knowledge gaps in transformative ways to support families and communities. To accomplish this goal we must transform the way that we conduct research.

Over the past year and a half, individuals with lived experience (Constituent Consultants), the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Casey Family Programs and the William T. Grant Foundation have worked in partnership with more than fifty individuals representing a broad array of experts, stakeholders and those with lived experience to draft research gaps that span community-based family support, child protective services, out-of-home care and post-permanency services. Now, we request your input.

Please note that each two-hour session will cover the same content, and that registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis with a cap of 200 attendees for each session.

For pre-reading materials and more information, please visit the Convening website:
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