Policy in Practice

Policy Radio | Amos Gil on a Divided Jerusalem

In this week's episode of Chicago Policy Radio, Thomas Day sits down with Amos Gil to talk about life in Jerusalem for both Israelis and Palestinians and how Jerusalem impacts the possibility of a two-state solution.

Leaping the Hurdles In Reproductive Health

In Guatemala, obstacles to effective family planning abound. One group is turning to a younger generation to create change.

Big Shoulders, Big Plans: Chicago Tackles Transit and Infrastructure

A leading city planner assesses the new urbanist strides in Chicago.

A New Lease on Sustainability: Rental Cars Go Green

How customers are pulling rental car companies to greener pastures.

The View of the Eurozone Crisis From China

A Chinese economist says that his nation is more vulnerable to a Eurozone collapse than the U.S. is.

Selling the Smart Grid: A Report from the Front Lines

How do you implement an energy plan that no one knows about?

The Volunteer As Client

In major cities, nonprofits rely heavily on volunteers on the ground. One group working to end urban poverty wants to change the way we think about them.

The Global Midwest

A leading regional expert says that the Midwest needs to cooperate, innovate and invest---three things it simply isn't doing well.

Policy Radio | David Garcia-Junco Has Mexico Covered

In this week's episode of Chicago Policy Radio, Thomas Day sits down with David Garcia Junco to discuss Seguro Popular, its impact on health care for Mexicans, and investing in Mexico's future.

Fighting Global Poverty with Hard Numbers

As policymakers strive to alleviate poverty, J-PAL works to ensure they rely on solid, scientific research.

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