The Janet Reno Forums convene leadership experts, policymakers, researchers, practitioners, and advocates to discuss promising practices, new research, and policy reform proposals in the realms of juvenile justice, child welfare, and child and youth development. Each forum will be preceded by the development of a white paper, commissioned for the forum and developed by experts in the field. The paper will be presented at the forum to help frame the discussion.
The 2019 Janet Reno Forum seeks to answer the question: what exactly does the ideal juvenile justice system look like and how do we get there?
Join this forum for an exciting, thought-provoking event that will feature experts from around the U.S. discussing guiding principles and strategies for building the ideal juvenile justice system, including key approaches designed to:
- Achieve equitable treatment and fairness
- Promote developmental approaches
- Engage and empower youth and families
- Collaborate across systems of care, including education, behavioral health and child welfare
Register now with the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform!
Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center