Locations

The UC Davis Blum Center for Developing Economies draws on the campus’ leadership in agriculture, environment and natural resources, energy, public health, and entrepreneurship to find sustainable solutions to global poverty. Learn more…

The UC Irvine Blum Center for Poverty Alleviation will offer an undergraduate minor and a graduate concentration in Civic Engagement and Poverty Alleviation, drawing upon alternative energy, social computing, sustainability science, and public policy. Learn more…

The UCLA Blum Center on Poverty and Health in Latin America seeks to identify and promote solutions in health policy and practice in Latin American in collaboration with more than 18 schools and centers on the UCLA campus and partner institutions in Latin America. Learn more…

The UC Merced Blum Center catalyzes improvement in quality of life for the least prosperous people of the San Joaquin Valley, as well as for analogous regions around the globe, through research, technology innovation, education, and community partnerships. Learn more…

The UC Riverside Blum Initiative on Global & Regional Poverty inspires and supports research to broaden understanding of the causes and consequences of poverty, while striving for solutions that meet global and local needs, especially in the Inland Empire. Learn more…

The UC Santa Barbara Blum Center on Poverty, Inequality, and Democracy fosters interdisciplinary, socially engaged research and learning on poverty and inequality, and promotes democratic responses to address these inequalities at home and abroad. Learn more…

The UCSD Center on Global Justice advances interdisciplinary research on poverty and global development, with an emphasis on collective action at community scale, and supports the Blum Summer Field Internship. Learn more…

The UCSC Blum Center on Poverty, Social Enterprise and Participatory Governance illuminates the causes and consequences of poverty and demonstrates how participatory governance and effective policies and programs can alleviate economic hardship. Learn more…

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