The State of New York’s Children – January 14, 2020
The State of New York’s Children – January 15, 2019
The Schuyler Center policy team shared data about the well-being of New York children and recommended policy strategies for building better foundations for all the state’s children at a State of New York’s Children Data Briefing at the Legislative Office Building in Albany.
Transforming Child Welfare and Children’s Lives: Proven Strategies that Strengthen Families – December 13, 2016
The Schuyler Center’s policy forum featured remarks from policy makers and alumnae of the child welfare system.
A Path Appears: A Discussion with Nicholas Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn – October 29, 2015
The Schuyler Center hosted a breakfast discussion with Pulitzer Prize winners Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. Attended by more than 150 guests, the discussion focused on the growing body of evidence supporting the importance of family-oriented approaches to address poverty, inequality, and opportunity.
New York’s Cities: Confronting Income Inequality – January 13, 2015:
A Schuyler Center policy forum, featuring remarks from three New York mayors: Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick, Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan, and Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren.
Adult Home Resident Speak-out, Albany – March 6, 2014:
The 11th annual Speak-out by the Coalition of Institutionalized Aged & Disabled (CIAD) with assistance from the Schuyler Center.
Health Care for All New press conference, Albany – March 3, 2014:
Members of Health Care for All New York gathered in Albany to discuss their campaign to ensure legislative bills released this week include proposals that would improve health insurance affordability and coverage options.
#NY Inequality Campaign Public Forum, Albany – February 26, 2014:
Kate Breslin, Schuyler Center President & CEO, spoke about poverty in New York State on the Fighting poverty, hunger and homelessness panel.
Believe in Children Campaign Kick-Off – January 28, 2014:
See the Campaign press release
Growing Up in Poverty in America: A Call to Action – November 7, 2013:
A Schuyler Center Policy Forum with Guest Speaker Jonathan Kozol