(In)Divisible is based on interviews from the field with over 125 Americans from across the country and across the political spectrum. It explores the causes of polarization in the United States, and addresses the divisions felt along not only political but also socio-economic, geographic, racial and educational lines.
The Congressional European Parliamentary Initiative (CEPI), the first program of its kind, facilitates policy cooperation and exchange among senior staff of the U.S. Congress, German Bundestag and European Parliament. The program provides participants invaluable exposure to legislative processes, policy formulation, and political and institutional challenges in the United States and Europe.
Technology and automation are rapidly reshaping industries, economies, and the world of work. While researchers, policymakers, and the public are struggling to process the consequences of this disruption, the need for concrete policy approaches is evident. Broad policy recommendations are beginning to surface, but the Future of Work will impact each community and profession differently.