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Poverty Interrupted: Behavioral Science Principles for Practitioners

/ Location, 40 Broad Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10004

This hands-on workshop will help you apply low-cost, behavioral design interventions to anti-poverty efforts.
This workshop will introduce key principles of behavioral science and examine the impact of chronic scarcity on decision-making. The discussion and interactive exercises will highlight behavioral barriers that emerge in service delivery and systemic efforts to alleviate poverty, as well as research-based strategies to overcome them.

Participants in this introductory workshop will:
• Learn about behavioral science, its perspectives on poverty, and applications to service delivery
• Examine their own programs and other real-world examples through a behavioral lens
• Practice using evidence-based strategies to address behavioral barriers

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Video

Does New York Have a Poverty-to-Prison Pipeline?

FPWA CEO Jennifer Jones Austin discusses our Ending Poverty to Prison Pipeline report with Errol Louis, highlighting the ways in which low-income New Yorkers often find themselves in the criminal justice system.

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