Advancing More Equitable Human Services Policies and Programs
Explore how AIR—with our partners, government leaders, and field experts—is advancing equity in human services programs and policies in the areas of education, social justice, and the workforce.
Methods of Synthesis and Integration Center (MOSAIC)
MOSAIC experts are committed to conducting high quality research synthesis, improving research synthesis methods, and promoting the use and uptake of reviews and meta-analyses.
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AIR Equity Initiative
AIR is making a five-year, $100M+ investment in behavioral and social science research and technical assistance to address the underlying causes of systemic inequities and increase opportunities for people and communities.
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AIR conducts rigorous research and evaluations that provide important information about the effectiveness of programs and policies in the U.S. and across the globe.
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Could Biosimilars Help Rein in Prescription Drug Costs?
Biologics are innovative therapies for people with debilitating and life-threatening diseases, but these drugs are expensive. In this Q&A, Thiyagu Rajakannan explains how lower-cost versions of these drugs and promising market, regulatory, and policy developments could ease the financial burden.
What We're Learning About Displaced Workers and Their Needs
Displaced workers may need different kinds of supports than workers who become unemployed for other reasons. In this blog post, experts from AIR's PROMISE Center explore three of the key themes that emerged from the landscape review they conducted to identify workforce system approaches that better support displaced workers and help them get back on their feet.