Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality

Works with policymakers, researchers, practitioners, and advocates to develop effective policies and practices that alleviate poverty and inequality in the United States.
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Primary geographic focus: District of Columbia
Organization type(s): Research/Policy/Organizing

The Center’s areas of anti-poverty work include national, state, and local policy and program recommendations that help marginalized girls, promote effective workforce and education policies and programs for disconnected youth, and develop policy to combat deep poverty.

Our strategies are to partner with Administration agencies and non-profit organizations to host national conferences, produce and widely disseminate in-depth reports, engage in public speaking, and participate in national coalitions and working groups.



Law Schools Must Focus on Access to Justice

Jonathan Lippman, Matthew Diller, David Udell
National Law Journal
September 26, 2016
Fordham, Stanford and other institutions are working to lessen the legal system's limitations.

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