Shriver Center Website

The Sergeant Shriver National Center on Poverty Law houses a large database of materials and information and materials for those working to achieve social and economic justice for low-income people and communities. The Center engages in direct advocacy campaigns in Illinois and around the country to improve policies and programs on specific issues, and also engages in broader advocacy on general issues of justice, opportunity, and human rights. As part of a Taproot Foundation grant team, our challenge was to organize this vast amount of materials across a wide range of topic areas related to poverty law into a site that was intuitive, navigable, and also provided somewhat of a human face to a policy discussion that sometimes seemed a step removed from the people on the ground. The site is designed to reach a wide variety of audiences, from civil leaders to policy makers, the media, shareholders and potential donors. →

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