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Postliberal Futures: Implications for Children, Families, and Flourishing

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Thurgood Marshall Center

1816 12th Street NW

Washington, DC 20009

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Learn how to build better futures for all children and families.

Capita recently released its first white paper, Tomorrow is Now: New Directions for Children's Philanthropy. We are collaborating with Openfields to host Postliberal Futures: Implications for Children, Families, and Flourishing to unpack what's in the white paper and develop implementable strategies to prepare leaders in children's philanthropy and advocates for the work that lies ahead.

This workshop will provide a thought-provoking environment in which to reflect on current political trends, their impacts on children and families, and the possibilities for humane alternatives that put the needs of children, their families, and other vulnerable people at the center of our common life.

Lunch will be provided. If you have any special dietary needs, please contact Hilary Rikard (hilary@capitasocial.org).


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Jeff Bailey

Jeffrey Bailey, Ph.D. is Director of Strategy at Openfields, a social innovation and impact consultancy focused on research, strategy, and design. Prior to this, following several years teaching at Cambridge University, Jeff was the Managing Director of the Centre for Social Justice, a policy think tank in London, England, where he advised government officials and nonprofit leaders on best practices related to poverty and economic opportunity, informed by the Centre's alliance of 350 poverty-fighting nonprofits across the UK. More recently, Jeff has been a consultant to NGO leaders, school districts, and universities with a focus on strategic planning and performance metrics. He is also the Founder of the Center for the Common Good, a nonprofit focused on social transformation in the city of Washington, DC through collective impact initiatives, advocacy, and leadership development. He is a graduate of Duke University and Cambridge University, and lives with his wife and three children in Washington, DC.

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