Diminishing opportunity contributes to a host of social and political ills, from poverty to inequality, and from political apathy to polarization. Expanding opportunity, for its part, creates pathways out of poverty, supports strong communities, moderates inequality and forges the economic and social foundation upon which democracy can flourish. Recent work in this issue includes:
- Divisiveness and Collaboration in American Public Life: A Hidden Common Ground Report
- The Fix We’re In: What Americans Have to Say About Opportunity, Inequality and the System They Feel Is Failing Them
- Brazil Has Reduced Inequality Incrementally – Can We Do the Same?
More from Public Agenda work on Reinventing Opportunity.