Catholic Charities USA, Notre Dame announce joint effort to study poverty programs
CWN - March 22, 2013
Catholic Charities USA has formed a partnership with the University of Notre Dame to study approaches to reducing poverty in the US.
The joint effort will establish a “domestic poverty lab,” in which academic experts and social-service providers will assess policies and programs, in a bid “to inform through advocacy and educational outreach, the development of policies that will change the way poverty issues are addressed in the United States.”
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