The Center for Engaged Scholarship exists to strengthen the impact of progressive social scientists on U.S. public policy. Neoliberalism rests on the idea of an economy that produces commodities — standardized, mass-produced items, transferred in a single encounter. However, most economic transactions now involve nonstandard goods and services with ongoing relations between buyers and sellers. Power differentials emerge in such transactions, resulting in domination and exploitation. This grant will support our efforts to generate work by both early stage and mature scholars that develop effective alternatives to neoliberalism.
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for the Just Solutions Collective
Just Solutions Collective, a fiscally sponsored project of Community Initiatives, works to build the capacity needed to scale equity-centered solutions to the climate crisis. Just Solutions supports environmental and climate justice organizations to strengthen their individual and collective policy capacity, elevate new policy models, and build a learning network. Just Solutions is working to ensure that the implementation of federal climate investment legislation brings positive environmental, economic, and social outcomes to communities. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)
to assist in the establishment of an arts-integrated curriculum in seven Bay Area pilot public elementary schools