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Tuesday, September 18 • 10:10am - 11:00am
“Keeping Track Online” – A tool for mapping child and family well-being indicators, community risk rankings and community resources in New York City’s 59 community districts

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There are approximately 1.8 million children living in New York City and the conditions these children and their families live in are unique and diverse as the city they call home.  For over twenty years, Citizens’ Committee for Children (CCC)  has maintained the database with hundreds of indicators tracking the well-being of New York City’s children and families over time with special attention to the vast disparities, especially by racial/ethnic background and neighborhood and that information is publicly available through a free online Keeping Track Online tool.  In addition to multiple indicators of child well-being, Keeping Track Online features two additional tools: Community Risk Ranking and Community Asset Mapping.

While Keeping Track Online is supporting and informing CCC’s own advocacy efforts, equally important is its role to be a user-friendly data resource for other stakeholders, such as community-based organizations, direct service providers, advocates, and others whose work is focused on improving communities and well-being of children, families and residents overall.

Speakers
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Marija Drobnjak

Data Analyst, Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York
Marija Drobnjak joined CCC's Research and Data team in 2017 with a strong belief that data-driven advocacy can make a difference for children in New York City's diverse neighborhoods. Marija is responsible for maintaining and updating the Keeping Track Online tool and producing CCC’s... Read More →


Tuesday September 18, 2018 10:10am - 11:00am
Johnson Great Room
  • Presentation Format TALK (one of two talks in a 50 min. session)

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