The Shriver Center's 2013 Poverty Scorecard provides a fair measure of our elected representatives' commitments to achieving justice and opportunity for Americans living in poverty.
Skillful negotiation is an essential component of the legal aid and public interest law practitioner's toolkit. Learn more.
Since the launch of the War on Poverty fifty years ago, the demographics of individuals living in poverty, and the problems they face, have changed. Join us for a dialogue in New York City on the new face of poverty. Learn more.
Shriver Center President John Bouman outlines a six-step process to turn problems presented by clients into affirmative problem-solving action with broader impact. Read more.
A Taste for Change was an incredible night of spectacular food, great tunes, and moving words, all to help us advance policies that reduce hunger and food security in America. Make a donation.
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The July–August 2014 Clearinghouse Review features several articles on consumer-rights problems specific to low-income workers.