For almost ten years, researchers at the Center for Poverty & Inequality Research have
endeavored to ask and answer the most pressing questions about
poverty and its solutions. This research has never been more
important than it is today. And the Center has never been in
greater need of your support.
Have you attended one of our conferences or seminars? Cited one of our policy briefs in a paper? Fostered relationships with our affiliates or visiting scholars? Perhaps you’ve attended a graduate student retreat or received funding for a research project. Or perhaps you’ve simply taken heart from knowing that we’re doing the important work we do.
October 17th is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, a worldwide event recognized by the United Nations and celebrated annually. In honor of this important day, we ask you to please help us with a donation of $10.17 (or the amount of your choosing) so that we may continue to push the boundaries of poverty research, and to train the poverty scholars of tomorrow.