Learn from the cities in the Civic Tech and Data Collaborative - an initiative guided by NNIP, Living Cities, and Code for America – about the payoff of forging new relationships to tackle community issues.[Read More]
The Poverty Center at Case Western Reserve University demonstrated that children living in poor-quality or distressed housing have lower literacy scores when they enter kindergarten.[Read More]
The Microsoft Cities Team and NNIP embark on a project to understand how to facilitate relationships and analyses that empower communities seeking reforms. See resources for accessing criminal justice data for reform in your city.[Read More]
Coordinated by the Urban Institute, NNIP consists of organizations in 32 cities that share a mission to help community stakeholders use neighborhood data for better decisionmaking, with a focus on working with low-income communities.
The Juvenile Welfare Board is our partner organization from Pinellas County, FL. Learn more about how they are using data to bring about positive change in their neighborhoods.
Partners are working with local governments, legal aid, advocates, and service providers to uncover the trends and spatial patterns of eviction to inform advocacy and policy change.