Disrupting Adultism: Building Authentic Youth Coalitions

Friday May 17th 10:00 am - 11:00 am



Designed with research and policy advocacy in mind, "Disrupting Adultism: Building Authentic Youth Coalitions" training will delve into the concept of adultism, exploring its implications and how it can inadvertently create barriers in youth engagement. More importantly, we will discuss strategies to disrupt these patterns in order to foster an environment that truly values and incorporates youth perspectives. We will explore strategies to foster genuine partnerships with young people, enabling them to become active participants in decision-making processes. By the end of this training, participants will have an introduction to the knowledge and tools needed to build authentic youth coalitions, ensuring that our future leaders are not just seen, but heard, respected, and actively involved in shaping the world around them. 

This training is invaluable to faculty, staff, and community members who are working with and for young people in New Orleans. Register here for the link to access the zoom session on Friday, May 17 at 10 am CT.

Presented by: Rae Stevenson, Ph.D. Visiting Assistant Professor | The Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking, Director, Streetlight Youth Action Lab | Center for Youth Equity, Director of Education and Training | Violence Prevention Institute, Mellon Fellow | Community-Engaged Scholarship


Sponsored By: Violence Prevention Institute
Open To: Public
Admission: Free
For more information on this event: https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/10122204