Protecting and advancing inclusive and equitable democratic institutions is essential to our anti-poverty work. We develop policies and strategies that work to preserve and expand voting rights, access to justice, immigration rights, and fair and equal data, among other crucial issues.

ARTICLE | Fall 2015

Poverty & Inequality in America: Why We Should Care & What We Should Do

Two-generation approaches to poverty reduction & the Earned Income Tax Credit, InSight Fall 2015

FEATURE | October 2014

Ten Solutions to Fight Economic Inequality

The center collaborates with DC’s leading experts on poverty and inequality to identify top solutions to ensure a more fair U.S. economy.

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We Believe Everyone Deserves to Be Counted

Stay tuned to find out what’s at stake for fair and equal data.

Obama Legacy Series

Obama Legacy Series

The Obama Legacy on Poverty & Inequality

GCPI joined with TalkPoverty to examine President Obama’s legacy on poverty & inequality issues.

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