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Monitoring Change to Prevent Displacement

The Turning the Corner project piloted a research model to monitor neighborhood change, drive informed government action, and support displacement prevention and inclusive revitalization.

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UNC Charlotte and Mecklenburg County win the G. Thomas Kingsley Impact Award

Charlotte’s use of data and research on evictions led to increased funding for legal aid to tenants and inspired others to take action.

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How data and technology groups can improve the 2020 Census count

Learn how groups with analytic and coding skills can contribute their expertise to refine 2020 Census outreach strategies in their communities.

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The National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership

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.

 

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Activities

Buffalo Turning the Corner Publications Released!
Urban Institute
Date: June 2019
Description:

The Center for Urban Studies at the University of Buffalo led the local Turning the Corner research, collaborating with the...

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Opportunity Zones through an Equitable Development Lens in Baltimore
Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance
Date: February 25, 2019
Description:

The Community Development Network of Maryland hosted a meeting in February 2019 about Opportunity Zones in Baltimore.

  1. Seema Iyer, Associate Director Jacob France Institute,...
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Publications

Protocol/Methods | (Inactive) Metropolitan Philadelphia Indicators Project