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December 2017

Forgotten and Left Behind: Shifting Narratives and Exploring Policy Solutions for Vulnerable Youth and Young Adults

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This report provides key insights and next steps from CLASP’s 2017 convening, which discussed the need for a multi-generational, multi-racial, youth-centered dialogue around policy change. Participants recognized that young people should drive the agenda for a stronger, healthier, more just, and more equitable future.
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December 2010

2011 TANF Extension

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In November 2010, Congress extended the TANF program through FY 2011, as part of the Claims Resolution Act (H.R. 4783). This fact sheet summarizes these legislative actions.
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December 2006

Building Bridges Between Healthy Marriage, Responsible Fatherhood, and Domestic Violence Programs

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This guide shares key lessons learned at the “Building Bridges Between Healthy Marriage, Responsible Fatherhood, and Domestic Violence Fields Conference,” where participants focused on strategies for working together to achieve the goals all three fields have in common -- fostering safe and healthy intimate partner relationships and parent-child relationships.
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January 2006

A Community Psychologist's Perspective on Domestic Violence: A Conversation with Julia Perilla, Ph.D.

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In this interview, Julia Perilla presents a community psychologist’s perspective on the definition of domestic violence, describes the importance of understanding the cultural, historical and economic context in which domestic violence occurs, the many ways in which violence can be experienced, and how these forms of violence are linked.
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Declining Share of Adults Receiving Training under WIA are Low-Income or Disadvantaged

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Background on the WIA and its reauthorization status is included as are possible policy responses to the issue.
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July 2005

The New Kid on the Block: What is Marriage Education and Does it Work?

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This brief reviews the research roots, evolution and recent growth of the field of marriage and relationship education, and describes some of the best practice programs. It summarizes what is known to date from evaluation of what works, and discusses the challenges and future directions resulting from government funding.
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The Language of Opportunity: Expanding Employment Prospects for Adults with Limited English Skills

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It describes available language and job training services available to this population, summarizes pertinent research, and offers policy and practice recommendations.
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A Sociologist's Perspective on Domestic Violence: A Conversation with Michael Johnson, Ph.D.

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In this interview, Michael Johnson presents a sociologist's perspective on the definition of domestic violence, the debate in academia around gender symmetry, and considerations and implications of differentiating between 3 known types of intimate partner violence.