Transformation of Youth Justice Symposium & Training Institutes
Hosted by the Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice
September 8-10, 2021 | Nashville, Tennessee | www.rfknrcjj.org/events
The Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice is hosting the Transformation of Youth Justice Symposium (September 8-9, 2021) and supplemental half-day Training Institutes (September 10, 2021) in the vibrant heart of Downtown Nashville at the Doubletree Hotel. The two-day symposium is designed for multi-disciplinary professionals and youth-serving stakeholders seeking to learn, network, and become part of the nationwide movement to effectively transform youth justice and improve outcomes for children and families. The Symposium will feature five plenaries and 30 workshops focused on current and significant cross-cutting issues impacting the youth-serving field. Participants seeking to expand their knowledge may also register to attend a supplemental half-day Training Institute session following the Symposium. Focused on six critical topics, these deep-dive sessions will highlight opportunities and methods to significantly enhance current practice to improve system performance and ensure the highest likelihood of achieving positive outcomes for youth and families. The Symposium and Training Institutes will emphasize the importance of peer-to-peer learning and collaboration to identify common challenges and solutions that lead to meaningful, sustainable, and measurable policy and practice change. To learn more, please visit: www.rfknrcjj.org/events.