Ms. Foundation, Georgetown Law Center and Human Rights Project for Girls outlines the history of abused girls who enter the juvenile justice system.
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Wallace Foundation examines necessary attributes beyond academic skills that will help children succeed.
The book will help successful models and strategies to strengthen society.
From museums to film studios, the creative sector is one of New York City’s most important economic assets. But the city’s working artists, nonprofit arts groups and for-profit creative firms face a growing number of challenges.
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View the materials and recording of the webinar, "LinkedIn Program Reprise: Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile."
View the presentation from the program, "IT Security: Combat Advanced Persistent Threats."
Tiffany & Co. released its fifth annual Sustainability Report, which outlines Tiffany’s sustainability initiatives and ongoing commitment to environmental and social responsibility.
Discrimination in public accommodations is common and is associated with adverse health outcomes among transgender and gender-nonconforming adults.
As New York’s economy continues to grow, the state needs a workforce development strategy that prepares and connects New Yorkers to careers.
New Russell Sage Foundation research examines health care reform.
View the recording of our June 4 Seminar on IT Security Awareness, presented by Bart McDonough, Chief Executive Officer, AGIO.
The Vera Institute for Justice shows how the price of jails significantly exceeds Department of Justice’s $22.2 billion estimate.
Virtual online organizing could lower the barrier to entry to labor unions.
The study looks at the link between social investing and communication in South Africa.
Please click here to view the materials and recording of the webinar, "Learning the Way: DACA, Educational Attainment and Philanthropy."
View the PowerPoint presentation and notes from the program, "Funding Where Poverty Lives: City and Suburban Realities."
Our Annual Meeting Program Booklet has the full program of events and speaker bios.
View the recording of the webinar, "Understanding Trends in Global Peacefulness."
Comptroller Stringer has released a report about how many NYC schools are not meeting the minimal physical education standards.