October 25, 1999
School of International and Public Affairs
420 West 118th Street
New York, NY 10027
Co-sponsored with Columbia University, and the Institute for Children and Poverty
The conference covered such topics as foster care, post-welfare employment, and the impacts of welfare reform on families. The audience included students, local and national policymakers, and press.
Steven A. Cohen
School of Int'l and Public Affairs
Institute for Children and Poverty
Barnard College, Columbia University
The Academy of Political Science
Family Research Council Center
University of Notre Dame
John C. Weicher
San Diego Health and Human Services Agency
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