Collective Impact for Opportunity Youth
This report is intended to serve as a call-to-action for communities to bring together systems and stakeholders to improve outcomes for youth between the ages of 16 and 24 who are neither enrolled in school nor participating in the labor market and to provide a high-level framework for a collective impact approach that will enable them to do so.
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WAR IS OVER?
How the United States Fueled a Global Drug War, and Why It Must End
As U.S. domestic drug policy reform gains momentum, it is time the United States makes a concerted effort to de-escalate the failed war on drugs elsewhere.
Solidarity against Hatred
A History of Anti-Asian Hate in the United States
The Atlanta-area shooting was just the latest instance of rising violence against people of Asian descent. We need to understand its roots—and the intersecting factors at work—to stop hate’s spread.
A Just Recovery
How to Ensure a Truly Global Recovery
The Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz explains how policymakers on the international level can make sure that the post-pandemic recovery doesn't make economic injustice even worse.