Announcements

2009 Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy’s Fall Forum

University Of Central Oklahoma
Nigh University Center
100 University Drive, Edmond OK
On October 13-14, 2009, Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA) will gather child advocates from across the state for the Annual Fall Legislative Forum to examine the current course of Oklahoma’s young people, share ideas and develop a legislative agenda to create positive change.

Riding The Winds of Change, the theme of this year’s forum, will focus on how we can work within the current economic, legislative and social environments on behalf of Oklahoma’s children, and continue to build a future where our state, communities and families can prosper. The forum will focus on the health, education, safety and economic issues that impact Oklahoma’s children. This two-day event will culminate in the creation of the 2010 Oklahoma Legislative Agenda for Children and Youth.

Preview the agenda and plan now to attend! NOTE: The Opening Session, Tuesday, October 13, from 9:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. is free to the public.

REGISTRATION
$130 Early Bird
$160 After October 2, 2009
Educators: Please contact Keli Wright or Ann Paterson Salazar about student registration:
NOTE: No registrations accepted after October 6, 2009
Choose this option to complete your registration ONLINE.
Choose this option to complete your registration manually (If paying by Purchase Order or Check)
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One Response to “Announcements”

  1. rhapsodysails Says:

    This is a very important session and very enlightening. If you have never attended an OICA Fall Forum, I can highly recommend you do so. It is a bit puzzelling for the first time attendee (unless you are more savy that I am) so let me know if you have any questions.

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