The Institute for Policy Studies and Alabama Arise’s professional study findings expose the critical issues that impact Greater Birmingham residents — and the solutions they want to see.
New analysis from the Institute for Policy Studies shows how much Boston’s failure to enact a luxury real estate tax has cost the city.
New resource explains how over-investment in militarism and under-investment in climate solutions have contributed to the failure to mitigate climate change – and that ways that we can reinvest military spending to combat the worst existential threat to our communities.
La 46ª edición de los Premios Letelier-Moffitt de Derechos Humanos se celebrará de forma virtual y presencial el 13 de octubre.
The 46th Annual Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Awards will be held virtually and in-person on October 13.
A new report from the Institute for Policy Studies shows how 13 U.S. states shield billionaires – and what we can do about it.
International organizations appeal to Colombia’s highest court over human rights violations at one of the largest open pit coal mines in the world.
Miriam Pemberton, Institute for Policy Studies Associate Fellow, “Six Stops on the National Security Tour: Rethinking Warfare Economies”
The Institute for Policy Studies’ new report, Gilded Giving 2022, shows the risks of increasingly concentrated philanthropic power.
Concerns about Warehousing Charity Dollars and Tax Subsidies for Wealthy Donors and Perpetual Foundations Transcend Partisan Divide
IPS and NDWA’s latest report highlights the experiences of over 1,000 Black immigrant domestic workers in NYC, MA, and Miami and exposes continued exploitation, safety hazards, and insecurity during the pandemic.
“The drug war has always been about the oppression and social control of people of color and minority groups.”
“These dramatic wealth gains are unseemly in the face of the loss of over a million lives and millions of livelihoods.”
Two-thirds of low-wage corporations that cut worker pay in 2021 spent billions on stock buybacks.
DAFs have been used to transform philanthropy into a taxpayer-subsidized extension of private power and influence for the wealthy.