Poverty & Inequality News

February, 2017
What have we learned about child poverty in recent years? What do we still need to know? Researchers, policymakers, and practitioners will take on these questions at a conference in Sacramento on February 28, 2017.... More
February, 2017
What have we learned about child poverty and well-being in recent years? What do we still need to know? What is to be done? Researchers, policymakers, and practitioners will take on these questions at two Sacramento... More
February, 2017
The Social Innovation Fund invests in hundreds of public-private partnerships that deliver high-impact solutions to improve the lives of people in low-income communities. Follow #SIFWeek and @SIFund to learn more about... More
February, 2017
Don’t miss these great opportunities: Summer Institute in Computational Social Science - Feb. 19 IRP Scholar-in-Residence - Feb. 28 Intergenerational mobility grants - March 1 Postdoctoral fellowship at Columbia - March... More
February, 2017
How can technological and scientific advances be harnessed to reduce poverty, increase opportunity, and support the well-being of America’s families? Submit a conference proposal to address that very question! Proposals... More
February, 2017
The Russell Sage Foundation is seeking applications from early career researchers for projects that deepen our understanding of intergenerational mobility by using recently released statistics on mobility from the... More
February, 2017
Do you want to analyze the impact of state budget and tax policy choices on low-income residents Here’s your opportunity: The Center on Budget & Policy Priorities is accepting applications for the 2017 class of... More
February, 2017
The International Comparisons website is hiring a research assistant to assist with creating and updating content. The website compares the United States to 11 other countries on a wide range of evaluative indicators.... More
January, 2017
The Russell Sage Foundation is soliciting applications for two summer training institutes, one focused on computational social science and the other on methods of social-science genomics. The institutes are open to... More
January, 2017
The 2017 Children and Families Policy Symposium explores the challenges that fragile families face and considers pathways to stability. The speaker lineup includes CPI research group leader Kathryn Edin. The conference... More

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