Reports 2018-08-02T17:28:49+00:00

economiccoverThe Economic Security and Well-being Index for Women in New York City

The Economic Security and Well-being Index for Women in New York City, a report of the New York Women’s Foundation written by C. Nicole Mason and produced by the Center for Research and Policy in the Public Interest measures the well-being of women across the 59 community districts in New York City in three major domains: Economic Security, Health and Safety, and Education. The index also provides a detailed ranking of the best neighborhoods for women and girls in the City.

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rope-endcovAt Rope’s End: Single Women Mothers, Wealth and Asset Accumulation in the United States

This report written by Mariko Chang, PhD and C. Nicole Mason, PhD examines the economic security and vulnerability of single mothers through the lens of wealth and asset accumulation as opposed to income and employment.

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gainingcoverAbove Board: Raising the Standards for Passenger Service Workers at the Nation’s Busiest Airports

Above Board: Raising the Standards for Passenger Service Workers at the Nation’s Busiest Airports is commissioned report by 32BJ to better understand the impact of the low-bid
contracting system on passenger service workers at La Guardia, JFK and Newark Liberty International airports.  It also proposes ways forward and concrete recommendations to raise job quality and performance standards for companies contracted directly with airlines.

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gaining2Gaining Ground, Breaking Through

A Report on the Leadership Experiences of Women of Color, LGBTQ Individuals of Color, Individuals with Disabilities, Native Women, Aspiring Allies and Immigrant Women working in the Anti-Violence Movement in Four States

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Leading at the Intersections: An Introduction to the Intersectional Approach Model for Policy and Social Change

This introductory guide calls on all of us—from the small grassroots organization to the mighty foundation to legislators—to shift our frame and the way we think about social and policy change. It is a starting point and a tool to begin the conversation of how we turn this important corner without losing individuals, groups and communities along the way.


Race, Gender and the Recession: Job Creation and Employment

This report focuses on the effect of the recession and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) on economically marginalized communities. The Network highlights four key areas of impact for women of color and their families: job creation and employment, housing and social services, education, and tax cuts to individuals.