The Latino Policy Forum is the only organization in the Chicago area that facilitates the involvement of Latinos at all levels of public decision-making. The Latino Policy Forum conducts analysis to inform, influence, and lead. Its goals are to improve education outcomes, advocate for affordable housing, promote just immigration policies, and engage diverse sectors of the community, with an understanding that advancing Latinos advances a shared future.
Early Bird Pricing Ends Soon: Get Your Tickets to Latinos on the Move Are Going Fast!
Forum Executive Director Sylvia Puente urges you to get your tickets fast to the sixth annual Policy Breakfast and Fundraiser "Latinos on the Move" happening on Nov. 10 at the Union League Club in Chicago. This is the last week for Early Bird Pricing.
Guest Blog: What Being Latina Means to Me - 2016 Hispanic Heritage Month
Debbie Cortez, Director of Latino Affairs for Gov. Bruce Rauner's Office, contributes a guest blog to the Forum about her connection to her Latino heritage.
2016 Multicultural Leadership Academy: Jesus "Chuy" Garcia
Cook County Commissioner, Jesus "Chuy" Garcia talks about the Latino Policy Forum's inaugural Multicultural Leadership Academy and how the impact of alliance building across communities can help better serve the city.
Fall 2016 Newsletter
Read the latest from the Latino Policy Forum.
Reflections on Leadership from High Above Altitude
Forum Associate Director Martin Torres writes about his reflections from a fellowship on leadership training by the Aspen Institute.