Events

  • Keiki Talk: ACEs & Resiliency

    Join us for a Keiki Talk on Thursday, December 12 to continue the conversation on ACEs (adverse childhood experiences) and resiliency. Learn about Hawaii’s efforts around Trauma-Informed Care, ACEs, and Resiliency, and find out what others are doing to move the state forward.

    This Keiki Talk with feature several cohort presenters and an exciting conversation with Sarah Enos Watamura, Ph.D., who originally presented at the August 2019 Keiki Talk.

    Click the button below to get your tickets. If the button does not work, click here to open in a new window. 

    About Sarah Enos Watamura, Ph.D. 
    Dr. Watamura is Professor of Psychology, Director of the Child Health & Development Laboratory, and Co-Director of the Stress, Early Experience and Development (SEED) Research Center at University of Denver. Read more about Dr. Watamura.

    About Keiki Talks
    Keiki Talks are Hawaiʻi Children’s Action Network’s premiere forum for community leaders to learn about issues affecting Hawaiʻi’s children. Previous topics have included the economic benefits of childhood investment, paid family leave, and the latest trends in early childhood policies.

    This event is presented by Hawaii Children's Action Network, Hawaii State Department of Health, Executive Office on Early Learning, Hawaii State Department of Human Services, and Hawaii P-20. Click here to download a flyer.

    Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 07:30 AM
    Plaza Club in Honolulu, HI
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  • 2020 Hawaiʻi Policy and Advocacy Training

    Join us on January 11, 2020 to learn skills in policy and advocacy from local experts, including:

    • Learning how to recognize a problem in your community and get organized to advance a common goal
    • Applying tactics to map out a campaign strategy and influence decision makers
    • Learning about the legislative process in Hawai‘i and how to participate during the legislative session
    • Meeting and hearing from elected officials on how bill decisions are made and why advocacy is important

     

    This training is hosted by the Hawaiʻi Public Health Institute, Hawaiʻi Appleseed, Hawaiʻi Children’s Action Network, Common Cause Hawaiʻi, Blue Zones Project - Hawaiʻi and Hawaiʻi Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations, groups with long track records of policy work and advocacy in Hawaiʻi.

    Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 08:30 AM
    ILWU Hall in Honolulu, HI
    0 RSVPs