Pathways to Economic Resilience in Our Communities – Jun 23-25
Posted by Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland on June 22, 2021
A lot is changing right now, and many of us feel an urgency to get back to normal. But for many, the normal before COVID-19 wasn’t a good place. Want to make the “new normal” better?
Join more than 600 practitioners and policymakers for an event hosted by Federal Reserve Banks and partners that focuses on economic resilience and equity and how they play out in communities of all sizes and compositions. Experts will highlight policies and practices that support or hinder people in our most vulnerable communities from being able to prepare for, adapt to, and respond to economic shocks, such as coronavirus-related closures, and underlying stresses, such as poverty and inequality.
It’s all taking place at Policy Summit 2021: Pathways to Economic Resilience in Our Communities, the biennial community development conference hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and numerous partners. This year, it’s virtual and cost-free for the first time.
Dates: June 23-25, 2021
Let’s explore how we create a better new normal. Register.
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