2018 Public Policy Forum Thoughts on Women's History: New Voices in a Chaotic World Women Save the Civic Order

 Education   Thu, March 22, 2018 10:50 AM

 Washington, DC - Dialogue on Diversity’s 2018 Public Policy Forum: Thoughts on Women's History: New Voices in a Chaotic World Women Save the Civic Order has been scheduled for Wednesday, April 18th at Busboys & Poets, 2021 14th St NW, Washington, DC from 10:30am to 4pm.




10:30am Registration and Coffee


11:00am Greetings and Overview

Ma. Cristina Caballero, President and CEO, Convenor;

Mayor's Office on Latino Affairs and other sponsoring groups



The Character of DV – Harms bodily and psychic, social and legal, Related Ills: Trafficking; Remedies: The changing moral consensus – flight rather than tolerance? Education, Immigration and Demographic Adjustment, Striving for an Economic Equipoise. The Moral Consensus: the Position of Women in Domestic and Social life 


11:30am Domestic Violence: An Inventory of Harms


12:00pm The Remedies: The Moral Sanction: Assault, Offensive Affection, Harassment, Abuse of Economic Advantage In marriage (or even in employment situations). The Condition of Equity before the Law – a Work in Progress.


12:30pm Midday Session: Busboys and Poets Restaurant

Special Topics; Principal Speaker, Featured Speakers


1:30pm Education: STEM studies for economic sustenance.  Education in Domestic and Social Morality and Relationships. Less Dogmatic than Pragmatic, Aiming at What Works


2:30pm Condition of Women Around the World: Liberalization in Arabia. Is the U.S. in a Retrograde Spell? Women step forward, in many climes and nations, to save the Civic Order – The Amazing case of Rwanda.


3:30pm Trafficking: A Policy to define the legal position of persons, minor or adult, impressed into offending performances by traffickers. The legal effects of the environment of the Trafficking Employment. The relationships: between ordinary Domestic Stresses and Hurts and a Susceptibility to Traffickers’ Blandishments.


Free and open to the Public -- light lunch, refreshments

Dialogue on Diversity: Founded in 1991, Dialogue on Diversity, a §501(c)3 non-profit, is a national network of women entrepreneurs and professionals, actively promoting constructive dialogue among Latino and other ethnic and cultural communities, on social and civic empowerment, with especial emphasis on their economic viability through entrepreneurship.