2023 was a year of growth, impact, and learnings at Camber. We’re excited to share this report as we look back on our work with clients and partner organizations around the world.
We are passionate about generating big ideas and engaging in bold dialogue to drive positive and lasting social change.
This piece discusses the implications of public benefit access disparities across states in the US and presents a methodological approach applied by Camber to identify and address disparities at the state level.
The 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) kicked off in Dubai on November 30th, providing an opportunity for key stakeholders from UN member states, NGO’s, environmental experts, and the private sector to come together to address our current climate crisis. Here are some of what was top of mind as we headed there.
Despite the fact that the U.S. spends approximately 18% of GDP on healthcare—almost twice as much as the average Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) country—our healthcare system is riddled with problems, from widespread inequities to poor outcomes to barriers to care. First in a three-part series.
Through our work, we have identified several key equity principles that are common across the most inclusive and high-performing charter schools and initiatives, which could serve as a model for both new and existing charters to follow.
This discourse aims to initiate a conversation about the effects of freedom (i.e., civil liberties and political freedoms; Freedom House Index) on equality (GINI Coefficient), examining the complex relationship between civil liberties and political freedoms and income distribution through a landscaping of expert opinions and quantitative analysis.