Learn how groups with analytic and coding skills can contribute their expertise to refine 2020 Census outreach strategies in their communities.[Read More]
Learn about the most pressing criminal justice issues in US cities and the data available to help inform community efforts for reform.[Read More]
As part of the Civic Switchboard project, NNIP partners in Baltimore, Charlotte, and Houston are collaborating with their public and university libraries to strengthen their local civic data ecosystems.[Read More]
Coordinated by the Urban Institute, NNIP consists of organizations in 31 cities that share a mission to help community stakeholders use neighborhood data for better decisionmaking, with a focus on working with low-income communities.
Rise is our partner organization from St. Louis, MO. Learn more about how they are using data to bring about positive change in their neighborhoods.
NNIP partners use local data to inform actions by advocates, governments, foundations, and nonprofits to prevent displacement, monitor gentrification pressures, and promote equitable development.
There is great opportunity for child advocacy organizations and state governments to leverage open data to improve the lives of children and families. This brief describes the changes to current practice required on both sides to accomplish this goal.