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J-PAL expands evidence-to-policy government partnerships to fight poverty worldwide

In an op-ed for MIT News, J-PAL announced a US$6 million partnership with Community Jameel and Co-Impact to improve the lives of at least 6 million people affected by poverty by expanding evidence-to-policy partnerships with governments.

Odisha to introduce gender equality programme in over 20,000 govt. schools

Times Now wrote about a partnership between the Department of School and Mass Education in Odisha, Breakthrough, and the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) South Asia to introduce gender equity in school curriculum.

Government of Odisha partners with Breakthrough and J-PAL South Asia to introduce gender equity program in 23,000 government schools in the state

The Government of Odisha’s Department of School and Mass Education today announced its partnership with Breakthrough and the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) South Asia to integrate a gender equity curriculum into the syllabus for students across government schools in the state.

Veddis Foundation and J-Pal through ASPIRE Host National Leaders to Boost Governance and State Capacity in India at The/Nudge Forum’s ‘charcha 2022’

J-PAL South Asia through ASPIRE and the Veddis Foundation hosted a panel to discuss the strengthening evidence-informed policymaking in a post-pandemic India. Panelists included J-PAL Global Executive Director Iqbal Dhaliwal and J-PAL South Asia Executive Director Shobhini Mukerji.

J-PAL North America launches two partnership opportunities to research social programs

In an op-ed for MIT News, J-PAL Policy Associate Mera Cronbaugh and Senior Policy Associate Laina Sonterblum discuss the launch of J-PAL North America's new evaluation incubators: the Housing Stability Evaluation Incubator and State and Local Evaluation Incubator.

Women officers must be on front lines of policing

J-PAL affiliate Sandip Sukhtankar and co-authors Gabrielle Kruks-Wisner and Akshay Mangla wrote an op-ed about their study based in India that found that staffing women at police help desks increased reporting of violence against women.

How a Universal Basic Income Helped Kenyans Fight COVID

J-PAL affiliate Tavneet Suri and J-PAL Africa Project Director Nidhi Parekh co-wrote an opinions article about the outcomes of a J-PAL-funded study evaluating the long-term benefits of universal basic income (UBI) programs during COVID.

Arvind Kejriwal, Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee meet, discuss pollution, jobs

The Hindustan Times summarized a meeting between Nobel Lauret and J-PAL founder Abhijit Banerjee and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal. The two discussed how to reduce pollution and generate employment in the city through innovation-based industries.