Global Study Finds Critical Gaps in Workplace Protections

/
Laws prohibiting discrimination are key to ensuring equal economic opportunity, UCLA researchers say.
UCLA Luskin career panel

Alumni Offer Advice on an Uncertain Job Market

/
Class of 2020 hears words of encouragement from two who graduated during the Great Recession.

Students Provide a Direct Line to Help Struggling County Workers

/
Social Welfare students partner with L.A. County to support those struggling during COVID-19 pandemic.

A Celebration of the Extraordinary

/
Amid once-in-a-lifetime circumstances, UCLA Luskin honors the Class of 2020
The biennial U.S. Census is the basis for government decisions about political representation, public policies and allocation of resources.

Racial, Class Disparities Found Amid Persistent Shortfall in 2020 Census Response

/
A looming undercount puts the prospect of a complete and unbiased enumeration in doubt, according to a new CNK report
Unemployment in California

State’s Black, Latino Workers Less Likely to Be Covered by Unemployment Insurance

/
UCLA report recommends that California extend economic recovery funding to all workers

New Study Warns of Looming Eviction Crisis in Los Angeles County

/
A report from the UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy predicts that as many as 120,000 households, with 184,000 children, could experience homelessness because of the pandemic

New Scholarship Offers Support to Emerging Latino Leaders

/
Partnership with Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute aims to bolster student diversity

UCLA Study Finds Strong Support for LAPD's Community Policing Program

/
Researchers say crime declines and trust increases when officers work alongside residents to build relationships

Seeking Public Housing Solutions for Japan in Los Angeles

/
Urban planning alumna Kimiko Shiki returns to UCLA Luskin as a visiting scholar