A large majority of Democrats (73%) consider racial inequality in the United States a critical threat to the country, while Republicans consider it a relatively low-level threat.
This toolkit presents a list of steps that ensure the entire research and development process uses equity, diversity, and inclusion as guiding principles at every stage.
A review of national and international e-scooter and micromobility trends outlines Chicago's 2019 pilot program and makes policy recommendations to improve sustainability, mobility, and equitable access.
The new paradigm of "mobility as a service" promises to change how people move, with local and global ramifications.
This report from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs examines ways that urban waterway development might be used by cities.
This paper provides recommendations for corporate engagement with public policy issues for societal objectives.
Recognizing the critical importance of addressing D&I across sectors, a group of leaders gathered in a roundtable at the Council’s 2018 Global Health and Development Symposium.