Open Classroom | Authentic Advocacy: Considering Relationships, Environment and Self in the Policy Process | Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
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Open Classroom | Authentic Advocacy: Considering Relationships, Environment and Self in the Policy Process

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Presented by:
Ian Forber-Pratt, MSW
Executive Director, Institute for Child Welfare Innovation
Adjunct Faculty, Brown School

Have you ever used humor or had to adapt to a sudden change in a room’s power dynamic in an attempt to achieve your desired outcome? Relational and environmental factors can be determining factors in the efficiency and perception of policy work. This session will consider and explore concepts of authenticity, intentionality, the art of bringing people together, code-switching, and being a strong advocate for your values. This program is presented in partnership with the Brown School’s Master of Social Policy program.