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AccessibleNYC

Publication date: 
08/2017
An Annual Report on the State of People with Disabilities Living in New York City 2017 Edition.
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Frameworks for Private Foundations: A New Model for Impact

Publication date: 
07/2017
This GrantCraft leadership series paper produced in partnership with Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA), explores the core frameworks that shape private foundations, and offers a roadmap for funders interested in reflecting on these frameworks to better align purpose, public benefit, and action.
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Mirror, Mirror 2017: International Comparison Reflects Flaws and Opportunities for Better U.S. Health Care

Publication date: 
07/2017
The U.S. ranked last on performance overall, and ranked last or near last on the Access, Administrative Efficiency, Equity, and Health Care Outcomes domains. The top-ranked countries overall were the U.K., Australia, and the Netherlands. Based on a broad range of indicators, the U.S. health system is an outlier, spending far more but falling short of the performance achieved by other high-income countries. The results suggest the U.S. health care system should look at other countries’ approaches if it wants to achieve an affordable high-performing health care system that serves all Americans.
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Create NYC: A Cultural Plan for All New Yorkers

Publication date: 
07/2017
CreateNYC is the first comprehensive cultural plan in New York City history. It provides a roadmap to lifting up the arts and culture across the city. This report outlines our strategy for achieving these goals.
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Fact Sheet: New York Faces Chronic Inundation

Publication date: 
07/2017
In New York and all along the US coastline, many cities and towns will experience high-tide flooding within the next few decades that will be chronic and extensive enough to force difficult choices. Because this persistent flooding can render neighborhoods, commercial districts, industrial zones, and recreational and other areas unusable, communities will face either major coastal defense investments or the prospect of retreat from affected places. The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) has identified hundreds of US communities at risk of this disruptive flooding as well as how much time...
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Monitoring The Minimum Wage

Publication date: 
07/2017
The Monitoring the Minimum Wage brief series is produced by The Workforce Field Building Hub (The Hub), a signature initiative of New York City-based Workforce Professionals Training Institute.
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