We have drafted a set of aspirations for NNIP partners to hold ourselves and each other accountable as we strive to democratize data for people to use in strengthening their communities.[Read More]
Starting Point and The Poverty Center at Case Western Reserve University effectively crafted research to better understand childcare supply during the pandemic in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.[Read More]
The Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center supported the coalition’s mission to use data to reduce racial disparities in COVID-19 testing and to reach thousands of residents with information about the pandemic.[Read More]
Coordinated by the Urban Institute, NNIP is a learning network connecting partner organizations in 30 cities that ensure their communities have access to data and the skills to use information to advance equity and well-being across neighborhoods.[Read More]
Data You Can Use is our partner organization from Milwaukee, WI. Learn more about how they are using data to bring about positive change in neighborhoods.
Informed by analysis from the The Polis Center at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, for the first time the City Council allocated $1.25 million in funding for violence reduction and prevention across districts based on violent crime rates and other measures of neighborhood disadvantage and segregation.
Neighborhood Nexus partnered with local stakeholders in Atlanta in a data-informed collaboration to distribute public economic development funds more equitably to small businesses.