The nonprofit sector is an essential player in Louisiana's public policy arena.
Whatever the issue—poverty, education, healthcare, public safety, environmental protection—nonprofit organizations can be expected to provide critical expertise and direct service to the betterment of lives across the state.
Come to Louisiana's Capital this March 8th and 9th, for an important discussion on the role of nonprofits in public policy and how we can affect policy changes that will improve conditions for our organizations and our clients.
Hear from key policy-makers, field experts, key funders and noted nonprofit professionals about the issues you face every day and how to advance your mission through a successful public policy agenda.
- Successful Advocacy & Grassroots Organizing
- State Budget Basics
- Anti-poverty Legislative Initiatives
- The Nonprofit Vote and Electoral Process
- Community Development from the Funder's Perspective
- Payday Lending and the Cycle of Poverty
- Transportation, Housing and Economic Wellbeing
- Solution-oriented Family Policy
- Consumer Federation of America
- Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
- Entergy’s Istrouma School Zone Initiative
- Center for Planning Excellence
- Louisiana Poverty Center Initiative
- Greater New Orleans Foundation
- Center for Responsible Lending
- Foundation for Louisiana
- Baton Rouge Transit Coalition
- Louisiana Budget Project
- The Family Impact Seminar
Dr. Kirby Goidel, Director of Public Policy Research, LSU Manship School of Mass Communication’s Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs
Are We Moving in the Right Direction?
Find out how Louisianans feel about the direction state policies are moving us in: Which issues do we find most important? How do we grade our government on its many services? What do we think about our state taxes and public spending priorities?
LANO would like to thank the Louisiana State Museum and our Presenting Sponsor, the Foundation for Louisiana for making this event possible.
PRICING: $25 LANO Members; $75 General Public:
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Louisiana Family Impact Seminar
is FREE and OPEN to the Public
Family Impact Seminar begins at Noon on Friday the 9th
Accomodations: The following hotel is in Downtown Baton Rouge minutes from the State Museum.
Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center
201 Lafayette St. [Map it]
Baton Rouge, LA 70801
* LANO Institute special room rate: $139 for March 7 & 8, 2012
Parking: Two lots are suggested that will provide convenient and affordable parking for the event.
A parking garage is located at the corner of North Street and River Road. Enter via the front entrance on North Street; park, walk out the back door of the garage toward the State Capitol
The River Road levee parking lot, located in front of the Capitol Park Welcome Center is a paved, open-air lot on the levee. Please be careful when crossing River Road.