The Shriver Center's 2013 Poverty Scorecard provides a fair measure of our elected representatives' commitments to achieving justice and opportunity for Americans living in poverty.
Community lawyering stresses the importance of thinking beyond litigation in addressing the kinds of structural problems low-income coummunities face. Join us in Cleveland this September for Community Lawyering training. Learn more.
Advocates are working to move away from the substituted decision making of guardianship to a new system of supported decision making.
Announcing the launch of a groundbreaking new training program that will establish a network of advocates committed to advancing a coordinated racial justice agenda.
Civil rights, guardianship, protection from school bullies, and more are covered in the disability-themed May-June 2014 Clearinghouse Review issue.