You’re invited: Panel discussion on separating and reconnecting children and their parents
The U-M Center for Human Growth and Development (CHGD), which advances research on child behavior, development and health, and Zero to Thrive, a multidisciplinary initiative that aims to transform the lives of the youngest, most vulnerable children and their families, will be hosting a Rapid Response Talk and panel discussion on “Research and Policy Perspectives on Separating (and Reconnecting) Children and Parents: Implications for Families on the Border.”
The event will take place on Wednesday, July 11 from 10:30 a.m.-noon at the Center for Human Growth and Development (300 N. Ingalls St, 10th floor, Ann Arbor).
Presenters will be U-M faculty who will provide a review of relevant research evidence and policy implications.
This discussion is open to the university community as well as to the general public and light refreshments will be served. This event is free but registration is required here.