June 7-8, 2021 (2:00 – 5:00pm ET)
This virtual convening hosted bold and innovative leaders including parents, practitioners, policymakers, researchers and philanthropists in a series of panels, keynote speeches, and breakout sessions. Together, we highlighted accomplishments from the two-generation (2Gen) movement as well as shared a set of policy recommendations that reduce disparities and increase the social and economic mobility of families.
Monday, June 7th:
Tuesday, June 8th:
Resources and Publications:
The State of the Field: Two-Generation Approaches to Family Well-Being report – which was released during the 2021 Aspen Forum on Children and Families – analyzes what the 2Gen field has accomplished over the past ten years, presents eight breakthrough insights, and offers 28 actionable recommendations to advance policy, practice, and systems change.