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Monthly Archives: December 2020

12.08.20

A New Roadmap for Supporting American Families

By O’Neill Institute

This expert column was written by John T. Monahan.  Even with the prospect of new COVID-19 vaccines in 2021, it is clear the pandemic has battered, and continues to threaten, the economic and social foundations on which most Americans have built and sustained their lives. The impact of the coronavirus will almost certainly worsen over […]

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12.03.20

What Should Food Banks Do When Demand Outpaces Supply in Emergencies?

By O’Neill Institute

This expert column was written by Sarah Wetter and James G. Hodge, Jr.  For millions of Americans this holiday season, the most critical line they face is not for COVID-19 testing, vaccines, or unemployment benefits, but rather the long wait at food banks and pantries across the country. As the toll of the pandemic worsens, […]

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Thematic Areas: Health & Human Rights

12.01.20

Could a Systems Approach be the Disruptor Needed in HIV Prevention?

By O’Neill Institute

This expert column was written by Charles Holmes, Sara M. Allinder, and Anna Carter.   Business as usual is not working in HIV prevention. The latest UNAIDS data from 2019 demonstrates that we are collectively failing to bring down the number of new infections globally. Despite tremendous gains in the number of people living with HIV […]

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