Living Cities is launching Racial Equity Here, a new initiative that will support five U.S. cities committed to improving racial equity and advancing opportunity for all.
Using data to achieve collective impact continues to be a challenge for the Living Cities Collective Impact team.
Public health departments are getting more involved in cross-sector partnerships—here are seven ways public health professionals can help your work.
A ‘no’ vote on Senate Bill 288, being considered by the House Committee on Transportation and Public Works in the Louisiana State Legislature, is important to Louisiana and the struggling citizens of…
The first step to using data for collective impact is getting buy-in and agreement on what data your partnership will track. These resources will help you do just that.
Key questions and insights from innovators on the cutting edge.
A new blog series will walk you through five steps to using data to help you change behavior for collective impact.
Hiring for the unique job of leading a collective impact initiative can be complicated. These tips and lessons learned from current initiative directors can help!
A new data visualization tool created by the Washington Center for Equitable Growth sheds light on the geographic patterns of student debt in the United States.
Seventeen i-teams from around the United States and Israel came together in Memphis for two days to collectively grapple with the most pressing challenges facing cities around the world.
The past three D.C. mayors have sustained a surprising commitment to school reform.
By open-sourcing solutions to a key challenge in the field of collective impact--engaging community members--we were able to create actionable and digestible resources that helped practitioners stren…
How can cities get better at making the case for infrastructure?
What lessons can world megacities teach us about urban innovation?
Enacting changes in policy that support affordable housing and eTOD are a powerful way that public agencies can effect social change in their jurisdictions.
These four cities are joining forces in the new City Accelerator on infrastructure.
After five years as part of The Integration Initiative, the Detroit Corridor Initiative will move forward by working with Living Cities on their capital strategies.