"The Economic Policy Institute (EPI), a non-profit, non-partisan think tank, was created in 1986 to broaden discussions about economic policy to include the needs of low- and middle-income workers. EPI believes every working person deserves a good job with fair pay, affordable health care, and retirement security.
IRP is a nonpartisan research institution dedicated to producing and disseminating rigorous evidence to inform policies and programs to combat poverty, inequality, and their effects in the United States.
"A space for IASSIST members to share professional resources useful to them in their daily work," this site includes a "Jobs Repository," "Data Management and Curation," "Data Sources," and "Tools and Apps." News and current issues in the Social Sciences are featured as well.
"CPANDA, the Cultural Policy & the Arts National Data Archive, is the world's first interactive digital archive of policy-relevant data on the arts and cultural policy in the United States. It was founded in 2001. It is a collaborative effort of Princeton University's Firestone Library and the Princeton Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies. The Pew Charitable Trusts (http://www.pewtrusts.org) underwrote the original development of the archive. CPANDA thanks the National Endowment for the Arts (http://www.arts.gov) and all of its donors for datasets and advice."
The most recent developments in African countries, Zunia.org features current statistics on multiple topics, including "Governance, Economy, Environment, Education, Society, Health, Culture, and Science & Tech."
"The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, along with our experts, fellows and partners, regularly publishes numerous reports, studies, and fact sheets about issues affecting communities of color. Our research is used by leading researchers, organizations and politicians to help support and shape the nation's policy debates.
"This Workplace Violence website provides information on the extent of violence in the workplace, assessing the hazards in different settings and developing workplace violence prevention plans for individual worksites."
"The census tells us who we are and where we are going as a nation. The census helps our communities determine where to build everything from schools to supermarkets, and from homes to hospitals. It helps the government decide how to distribute funds and assistance to states and localities. It is also used to draw the lines of legislative districts and reapportion the seats each State holds in Congress."