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Tina Rosenberg

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20 March 2018

Los Angeles, California, United States

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It's known that technology can help aid efficiency in a variety of sectors. One area where it's proving to make an impact is within police departments. Although two different ventures, ShotSpotter – a realtime geo-loc...

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Tina Rosenberg

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6 March 2018

New Haven, Connecticut, United States

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In cases where funding is short for social programs, social impact bonds are becoming an increasingly appealing funding mechanism. Private investors and philanthropic institutions invest money upfront to fund a social...

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20 February 2018

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

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Two initiatives in Philadelphia have been developed to treat heroin users and, above all, keep them alive. While a prescription for Suboxone—a drug that can safely ease withdrawal symptoms—is widely available from Phi...

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23 January 2018

Michigan, United States

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Politicians across the country draw voting maps to favor their own political parties. In Michigan, a state with extreme congressional gerrymandering, voters are saying enough is enough. A nonpartisan group called Vote...

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9 January 2018

Washington, District of Columbia, United States

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When the federal government fails to stimulate social change, local areas step up. Tennessee is giving more structure and funding to community college education, and it’s drastically increasing graduation rates. Alask...

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5 December 2017

San Antonio, Texas, United States

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Children with disabilities often feel excluded in amusement parks where they are prevented from going on rides, and they don't feel included with the other children. Morgan's Wonderland amusement park and Morgan's Ins...

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28 November 2017

Alberta, Canada

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Airplanes and birds don't mix - thousands of birds are tragically killed around airports each year, and collisions (or "ingestions," as the industry calls them) of birds and jet engines can be extremely dangerous to f...

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15 November 2017

New York, New York, United States

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Organizations that supply funds to provide bail for people arrested for misdemeanors not only saves money for taxpayers, but reduces the number of guilty please, and could possibly save lives. Those who cannot pay for...

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17 October 2017

England

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Across the world, lack of a precise address has created issues for communities, whether it be in terms of medical treatment, resource drop off, or even simple package deliver. Attempting to address this problem, this ...

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4 October 2017

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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The world's 65 million displaced people are not tracked with any cohesive, international database, making reuniting families incredibly difficult. Refunite, a new website with backing from major corporations and inter...

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19 September 2017

Zimbabwe

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While Zimbabwe struggles with a dictatorship and an economic crisis, it has made strides towards achieving ambitious goals related to HIV/AIDS. This has been done through government investment in AIDS programs, intens...

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6 September 2017

United States

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Fighting back at far right demonstrators can give them the optics and attention they want. Using humour to counter others is a tool used around the world in a myriad of contexts.

The New York Times

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8 August 2017

Bogribail, Karnataka, India

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Legal expertise is often expensive and inaccessible to communities around the world experiencing environmental rights violations and other issues. Similar to the rise of community health workers who are expanding acce...

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10 July 2017

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

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Oral surgeons and other doctors tend to prescribe opioids to their patients following surgery, which has arguably contributed to a rising number of patients, especially those under the age of 25, developing addictions...

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27 June 2017

Norway

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With climate change, population pressures and mobilization epidemics will occur more frequently, and past ones have proven to be disastrous and expensive. The Center for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) is foc...

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13 June 2017

United States

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Voter turnout in the United States is far below that in most democracies. States and cities are trying a variety of ways to increase turnout, with mixed success. Eight states and Washington, D.C., are moving to automa...

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9 May 2017

Kenya

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Building on the widespread use of mobile phones in Kenya, applications have been developed to provide people with financial services. Through these applications people can securely receive money, save money, and mak...

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2 May 2017

New York, New York, United States

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Forty-percent of America's food is wasted, but more than 10% of American households don't have enough to eat. New algorithms, apps, and partnerships are working to bridge this gap and eliminate food waste.

The New York Times

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11 April 2017

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In the face of the global climate crisis, conservative politicians and energy leaders in the US are an unlikely source for climate action. Through the promotion of a carbon tax, in which each ton of emissions gets tax...

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28 March 2017

United States

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Community College Students, an often overlooked demographic, often suffer from low completion rates. Colleges across the country are using a guided pathways model, emphasizing features like full time enrollment, block...

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17 March 2017

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

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At Georgia State University in Atlanta, a couple of hundred dollars can often be the tipping point for whether a student can graduate or not. To address this issue and to further help low income students, the college ...

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14 February 2017

Texas, United States

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In Texas, Mass-Incarceration is becoming a surprising hub of bi-partisan reform. By finding common ground, and brainstorming new solutions and alternatives to mass incarceration, the state has seen a drop in incarcera...

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31 January 2017

United States

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As protests begin to develop nationwide in opposition to a Trump presidency, Tina Rosenberg provides key reminders on good protesting. By highlighting lessons such as diversifying tactics, generating an inclusive bran...

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18 January 2017

Tacoma, Washington, United States

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America is facing an epidemic of overdose deaths from opioids. Giving users a supervised place and clean needles increases use of treatment and saves lives, though it is a controversial response.

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4 January 2017

United States

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The Affordable Care Act has been one of the most contentious policies in recent history, with widespread disagreement between political parties. While it is typically viewed as a partisan issue, this article recognize...

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