All of CR2PI’s research and programs are collaborative and co-produced with our community stakeholders, practitioners, and scholars. We build knowledge from the ground up and from the outside in. Our rich policy analysis and fresh perspective on issues like entitlement reform, poverty, health disparities, immigration, labor segmentation, and education have helped to funnel much needed resources to communities and inform public policy outcomes at the local, state, and national levels.
We believe effective public policies are a result of the examination of the multiple barriers facing individuals, families, and communities and by exploring the impact of race, class, gender, and other makers of difference on social access and resources.
Each year, we produces reports, policy briefs, and other publications that are intended to raise questions, spark dialogue, and offer the latest thinking on a range of social policy issues.