If billionaires and corporations pay their share of taxes, there would be more than enough revenue to invest in child care, paid leave, and home care.
When you give everyone a chunk of change, does it really change their lives and their communities?
Advocates need to pressure congress to invest in institutions that care about and prioritize domestic and international wellbeing, while divesting from systems of violence and harm.
Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, New York has an opportunity to transform its care economy by investing in workers.
Over 35,000 people joined a recent telephone town hall to kick off a six-week campaign to protect investments in the care economy.
This crisis of care could be prevented if Congress were to take bold action to fund human infrastructure.
By supporting quality home care, the plan will help seniors avoid dangerous, for-profit nursing facilities.
New research reveals nursing homes owned by private equity investors have higher death rates.
Gender inequality in the workplace rests upon how we value, or fail to value, care workers.
Caregiving could be isolating, even before coronavirus. A Caring Across Generations virtual gathering offers caregivers a chance to connect in solidarity.
A new report offers recommendations for state policymakers looking to strengthen the backbone of the care economy — the direct care workers themselves.
Caring for loved ones with dementia is hard enough. Families shouldn’t have to bear a financial crisis on top of that.
Join IPS’s Josh Hoxie to discuss the current landscape and opportunities for long-term care in the US.
Wall Street bonuses totaled $25 billion in 2015 —double the combined annual earnings of all American full-time minimum wage workers.
Last week, the Supreme Court paved the way for implementation of a new rule guaranteeing the rights of homecare workers.