Report examines redistricting in the Great Lakes region and offers a framework to improve the process.
Encouraging citizens to participate in our democracy by promoting campaign finance reform, ethical government, fair elections, and an independent judiciary.
How teacher quality became a national priority.
Myths and Facts About Gun Violence The toll gun violence takes on communities is preventable
Americans Agree. We must protect the Great Lakes.
Survey: Opportunity for Lower-Wage Workers and Their Employers
Gerrymandering – the drawing of districts to promote particular interests rather than the fair representation of citizens – is as old as the Republic. But new technologies have made it a fine art, reducing choice and competition in elections and undermining the public’s sense of the importance of voting. The Joyce Foundation has supported thoughtful efforts to address this problem through open and nonpartisan redistricting procedures
In April, 50 grants totaling $10.2 million were approved by the Joyce Foundation Board of Directors to further address pressing economic and social challenges.
Democracy Program Director, George Cheung, penned a blog, featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Angelique Power has been promoted to Program Director, Culture, and George Cheung has been promoted to Program Director, Democracy.
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