- Join the Center for Social Policy and our partners the Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership (MBHP) and the Boston Foundation for the release of our five-year evaluation of the Family Self-Sufficiency program. The evaluation reports on the outcomes of a financial incentive program for Housing Choice Voucher residents who are seeking to advance their economic security. Our event is on February 9th at MBHP. Register here to reserve a spot!
- Our director, Susan R. Crandall, discusses how CSP is making a big splash in 2016: Progress on cliff effects, workforce development, job quality, and asset development. Check it out!
- CSP, in partnership with 9to5 National Association of Working Women and researcher Lisa Dodson (Brandeis University), has started a three-year project aimed at integrating public supports and employment
- Event Recap: "Building Opportunities for Communities of Color", with panelists Chrystal Kornegay, Ana Patricia Muñoz,Ronald Marlow, and Christopher West as the moderator
- See and share the center’s latest poverty fact sheets for the state
- CSP receives half a million dollar grant to study intersection of cliff effects and employment policy over next three years
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- New policy brief alert! in our latest publication we discuss cliff effects and income gaps into which families fall in spite of working harder or longer or both as they try to achieve economic security
- Call for applications: The Elaine Werby Internship Awards at the Center for Social Policy. Deadline for summer 2016 or the fall term 2016 is Friday, March 11, 2016! Get the materials here!
Since its inception in 1992, the Center for Social Policy has provided expertise on policies and practices that aim to reduce or eliminate social and economic inequities. CSP researchers, evaluators, and policy analysts make critical assessments of low-wage jobs, barriers to housing affordability, unequal distribution of resources, and the impact of these patterns on families, communities, and society as a whole. With a commitment to excellence, equity, integrity, and participation, CSP looks closely at the root causes of poverty in order to inform fundamental changes in policy design and service delivery. We are pleased to share our brochure with you!
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