Despite the Potential Health Benefits of Being Insured, the Majority of Recent Immigrants Lack Coverage
NYU's Public Safety Lab has joined the National Partnership for Pretrial Justice, a group of more than two dozen research, technical assistance, policy, and advocacy organizations that will work to advance pretrial justice nationally and in more than 35 states across the country.
This new report examines the effects of current federal policies around legal immigrants’ access to public health benefits, highlights barriers to eligible immigrant families accessing social services, and outlines 12 response strategies to mitigate adverse impacts of policies.
The ACLU’s James Esseks will deliver “Reflecting on LGBTQ Rights—Past, Present, and Future,” NYU’s Annual Irving H. Jurow Lecture, on Mon., April 8.
A new study from New York University School of Law and NYU’s AI Now Institute concludes that predictive policing systems run the risk of exacerbating discrimination in the criminal justice system if they rely on “dirty data.”
NYU's Hemispheric Institute has launched the Ecologies of Migrant Care web site, a digital platform featuring interviews with migrants, activists, faith leaders, journalists, academics, and others supporting migrants and refugees and chronicling their circumstances across the Americas.
Both the U.S. historical record and the experiences of peer countries demonstrate that reducing child poverty is an achievable policy goal. NYU Steinhardt Professor J. Lawrence Aber and a committee at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have identified ways to do so.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host events in March centering on migration, refugees, and the politics of sanctuary.
A team of researchers from NYU’s Public Safety Lab will use data science techniques to study the impacts of pretrial detention in more than 1,000 U.S. counties—including many rural counties that have remained largely unstudied.