Kean University, Pi Alpha Alpha, and FAN-PAC Present Children and Family Empowerment Project Public Policy In Action; Advocacy in the Real World
Pi Alpha Alpha, Kean University and FAN-PAC (Family Advocate Network) introduce an informative program bringing together policy makers, Kean University Educators, advocates, legal professionals and other stakeholders in the Family Court system.
We present a panel discussion.
A platform to discuss the universal needs of all children; ensuring all children are free to love and be loved by both parents regardless of the structure of the family; the role the family court plays in the lives of our children; the trauma experienced and impact on the lives of children caught in the middle of a high-conflict divorce; the benefits of empowering all families to meet the needs of their children.
Understanding the challenges faced by the family court in determining custody arrangements and ensuring the court has tools to better meet these challenges.
Moderator: Pi Alpha Alpha President - Scout Hartley
The Legislator perspective; New Jersey’s Champions For Children
Assemblyman Jamel Holley (Asw. Nancy Munoz – TBC)
The role of advocates; The Voice For Children
David Kalen – Chair of the Legislative Committee FAN-PAC
The psychology of the individuals in a new family dynamic; Coping With High Conflict Divorce
Dr. David Brandwein – Kean Professor
Lori Lynn Peaceful Healing – Through the Eyes of a Child – Why Should We Care
Documentary Erasing Family Trailer; The Family Court System’s Impact On Our Children
Ginger Gentile – Documentary Film Maker
Additional Kean community participants – Topics based upon individual perspective
As a community we must come together to recognize the importance of ensuring every child is free to love and to be loved by both parents regardless of the structure of the family. Together we can make a difference.
Date : OCTOBER 29, 2019 : 7 – 9pm
Location : KEAN UNIVERSITY - MSC 226
MIRON STUDENT CENTER – ROOM 226
Refreshments to be served
Kean University, the Public Administration Department nor its faculty or staff advocate for any legislation. The opinions expressed as part of this program are those of the speakers alone and may not be shared by the University community. This program is intended for education purposes.
FAN-PAC is a registered 501c-4 organization in New Jersey established to represent the interests of New Jersey’s voters and to advance these interests by advocating for policies, legislation and legislators that reflect FAN-PACs mission. This mission is to advocate for our children in family court matters while transforming the family court to empower parents and implement legislation that recognizes the critical importance of having both parents involved in the raising of their children. We intend to educate all stakeholders in the family court system about the role they play in the development of children whose parents separate and this impact on the individual family and all New Jersey’s children. FAN-PAC is also committed to inspire this generation of children to be the next great generation by ensuring their voices are heard in the family court.