The Justice Conference Los Angeles exists to mobilize individuals in our city to take tangible action to fight for justice. The conference will bring together hundreds of people with a heart for justice, have them interact with people involved in a broad range of organizations working for justice, and present practical next steps for personal involvement. While the Justice Conference aims to be inspiring and informative, our main goal is not to educate – it is to give concerned people tangible steps to take action to fight for justice.
The theme of Justice Conference Los Angeles 2013 is Kids-at-Risk. The Conference will deal with two basic questions: How are children today suffering from injustice? What can we do about it? Topics to be addressed will include child prostitution, sexual exploitation and human trafficking; street children, orphans and homelessness; the foster care and adoption systems; fatherlessness and the juvenile justice system, to name a few.
Our one-day event will feature guest speakers and panelists with experience in a variety of international and domestic organizations, including non-profit, educational, law enforcement and governmental organizations.