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Register today for a deep dive on our poverty campaigns and gain more insight into our work. Check our events calendar for dates. You must register each month to attend. (Registration ends one hour prior to the webinar.)

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September 2021 Global Poverty Monthly Policy Forum: The Global Fund and Pandemic Preparedness

Join Chris Collins of Friends of the Global Fight and RESULTS staff for a timely conversation on the COVID-19 pandemic; pandemic preparedness; the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; and how they intersect.  View the recording.

September 2021 U.S. Poverty Monthly Policy Forum: Getting Anti-Poverty Investments in Final Recovery Bill

Join Ellen Nissenbaum of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and RESULTS staff for this important update on negotiations in Congress on the new economic recovery bill and why your advocacy is critical right now in protecting investments that expand access to housing and help workers and children rise out of poverty.  Listen to the recording and view the slides from the webinar (PDF version/PPT version).

July 2021 Global Poverty Monthly Policy Forum: Global Vaccine Access

Join Liz Jaff of Be a Hero as she interprets key data from Data for Progress that will help empower and enhance our advocacy messaging around global vaccine access, specifically with regard to COVID-19 vaccines. Listen to the recording and take a look at the data.

July 2021 U.S. Poverty Monthly Policy Forum: How the CTC and Housing Vouchers Impact Poverty

Join Megan Curran and Sophie Collyer from Columbia University’s Center on Poverty and Social Policy as they share new data on the dramatic impact expanding the Child Tax Credit and Housing Choice Vouchers has on reducing poverty and improving child well-being. Listen to the recording and view the slides (PDF version/PPT version) from the webinar.

May 2021 Global Poverty Monthly Policy Forum: International Conference

Review the recording and slide deck (PDF version/PPT version) for our May forum featuring Crickett Nicovich and Karyne Bury of RESULTS. We discuss the context for our upcoming International Conference advocacy work and focus in on the global education and nutrition requests that will be at the forefront. We also walk through examples of how to make an inclusive case for ending global poverty.

May 2021 U.S. Poverty Monthly Policy Forum: Making the Case for Housing and the EITC/CTC

Join RESULTS staff Meredith Dodson and Michael Santos as they overview our current requests on long-term rental assistance, the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), and the Child Tax Credit (CTC). Learn about the tremendous opportunity we have this year to dramatically reduce housing insecurity and child poverty. Review the webinar recording and slides (PDF version/PPT version).

April 2021 Global Poverty Monthly Policy Forum: Nutrition

Review the recording and the first and second companion slide decks  for our April forum which featured Meaza Getachew of 1,000 Days and Crickett Nicovich of RESULTS. We discussed the critical nature of early life nutrition interventions in the context of global opportunities that are arising in 2021 to move the issue forward.

April 2021 U.S. Poverty Monthly Policy Forum: Evictions 101

Drawing on his experience as an attorney helping tenants in San Francisco, RESULTS’ Senior Policy Associate Michael Santos discusses evictions and their impact on American renters, overviews plans to address the affordable housing crisis, and outlines ways to make the case for affordable housing to your members of Congress. View the recording and slides from the webinar.

March 2021 Global Monthly Policy Forum: Global Tuberculosis

RESULTS Executive Director Joanne Carter offers an overview of our global tuberculosis campaign and our advocacy plans for this critical topic. How has the COVID-19 crisis affected the work to mitigate TB’s effect on the world? What are our goals for our TB advocacy for FY22 and beyond? Watch the webinar playback and view the slide deck for answers to these questions.

March 2021 U.S. Poverty Monthly Policy Forum: Housing and Taxes – Where to Next?

RESULTS’ Meredith Dodson reviews new data on hardship amidst the pandemic and why it is important that we expand access to housing assistance as part of new recovery legislation. She also discusses the amazing opportunity we have to dramatically reduce poverty through expansions of the Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit. Watch the recording and chat and review the slides from the forum.

Issue Brief on Global Education and the Global Partnership for Education

Dig deeper into our upcoming global education campaign – and learn more about why the Global Partnership for Education is a sound investment – in this first installation of our monthly issue briefings. Review the recording of the webinar and the accompanying slide deck.

 

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