Reducing Poverty in Wisconsin
Please join us for a briefing on an innovative set of proposals to cut the poverty rate by more than half, created by the Community Advocates Public Policy Institute and tested by the Urban Institute. The Pathways to Ending Poverty Project is changing the way we think about poverty by creating and testing a specific "policy package" that, if implemented, would greatly reduce poverty in Wisconsin.
Date and Time
Monday, September 10, 2012
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
728 N. James Lovell Street, 2nd Floor
Please RSVP to Mike Bare at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Briefing
The Community Advocates Public Policy Institute's Pathways to Ending Poverty Project, with the help of local and national experts, has developed a groundbreaking four-part proposal for reducing poverty in Wisconsin.
An independent analysis by the Urban Institute estimates that this policy package will but poverty by more than half, lowering the poverty rate in Wisconsin to less than 4%.
Copies of the report will be available at the event, which will feature a presentation by David Riemer, Senior Fellow at the Institute, and Conor Williams, Economic Policy Analyst at the Institute.
Limited Parking will be available in Community Advocates' adjacent lot on the south side of the building. Street parking is available in surrounding blocks. Nearby lot parking is available at the MacArthur Square lot (841 N. James Lovell Street), adjacent to the Milwaukee Public Museum, and within the structure located at 633 W. Wisconsin Avenue. For a full list of area parking lots, visit ParkMilwaukee.com.