All Articles about Socioeconomics
Talking About Inequality
Tess Luttikhuis and Annelie Boeren developed a short intersectional educational program and discussed the theme of inequality in Dutch society with first-year secondary school students by using an interactive game.
Being a 'Food-Saving Ambassador'
Senior Fellow Melini Kalogeraki addresses the problems of hunger and food waste by combining them to create a solution.
Spanish-language Campaign for California's Propositions 10 and C
Making information about affordable housing state propositions accessible to Hispanophone SF-based voters
Addressing Educational Inequalities in Western Ukraine
Senior Fellows Yaromyr Udod and Viktoriia Muliavka set out to address educational inequalities in Western Ukraine.
Critical Charity Workshop
Senior Fellow Marie Nele Wolfram organzied a critical charity workshop in Berlin for members of the Love Foundation together with Joe Ntwali.
Artistic Diversions from Juvenile Delinquency
By coordinating with a volunteer acting trouble, Senior Fellow Angeliki Fanouria Giannaki introduced adolescents involved in the criminal justice system to interactive theatre as means of personal expression and social engagement.
The Optimist Project
By bringing together students from poor, urban, and rural communities, The Optimist project aims at creating a space to discuss, advocate, and implement equal access to elite institutions.
Growing Equity: Philanthropy, Government and Social Enterprise in Minnesota's Sustainable Food System
Detroit: The Grand Experiment
The tensions over diversity, integration and inclusion are felt in cities throughout the country. But Detroit is special: it is the city of the grand collapse, the grand bargain and now the grand experiment.
The NET Mentoring Group
The NET Mentoring Group is uniquely crafted non-profit organization, founded by Senior Fellow Jamal Grant, focused on closing the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math achievement and opportunity gap.