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March 2020

Open Data Week 2020: Mapping Community Needs & Resources in NYC

March 5 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, 14 Wall Street, Suite 4E
New York, NY 10005 United States
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What types of institutions are needed for communities to thrive? How can New Yorkers develop an asset-based approach to addressing specific community needs? This workshop aims to tackle these questions through the Community Asset Mapping tool on Citizens’ Committee for Children’s flagship database, data.cccnewyork.org.

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Keeping Track of NYC’s Children Webinar

March 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join CCC Wednesday, March 25th at 1pm, for a conversation with CCC staff on child wellbeing and the Census. Given the concerns around access to health care and human service supports that are front and center due to COVID-19, now is an important time to ensure that every New Yorker has information about the importance of completing the Census. Get the facts on how the Census shapes child and family well-being in New York City. This webinar on the 2020…

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May 2020

New Tools for Data Driven Advocacy in New York City

May 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

This webinar will train participants to use new features on data.cccnewyork.org that make it easier to find and use data as part of advocacy for children and families in New York City. The session will highlight new data available by Police Precincts and ZIP Code, such as data on COVID-19 cases; new navigation tools to explore data, including keyword search and filter features, and the new District Overlays tool, which allows users to view the boundaries of eight districts types,…

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Youth Services in NYC: Why They are Necessary to a COVID Recovery Plan

May 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

New York City’s expansive system of after school programs serves approximately 222,000 children every school year, providing education, sports, recreation, art, games, and important skill-building opportunities. Unfortunately, one of the biggest reductions in the FY21 Executive Budget is in youth services, where all summer programming for youth is eliminated. Join us to learn about the youth who are most impacted by these cuts and why youth services are necessary to the city’s COVID recovery plan. RSVP HERE

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June 2020

NYC’s Digital Divide: Examining Internet Access & Inequity

June 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Due to social distancing mandates, the internet is now an essential platform for families to access vital programs and services, including Food Stamps, Public Assistance, Unemployment Insurance, health and behavioral health care services, and education. While remaining digitally connected is critical on so many levels, more than 500,000 households in New York City lack internet access. Join us to learn about how digital inequities are impacting the city’s most vulnerable populations. RSVP HERE

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Remote Learning: City Policies & Student Needs

June 9 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Moving the NYC Department of Education’s 1.1 million students to a remote learning model was an unprecedented task with a unique set of challenges for students, teachers, staff and families. Join us to learn about how the DOE has responded to this challenge, how it is supporting vulnerable student populations, and what the ongoing needs are to ensure that all children and youth have access to education supports while schools remain closed. RSVP HERE

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