Black Lives Matter
Wednesday, July 1, 2020 - 4:04 pm

The Institute of Public Policy is the source for independent, nonpartisan public policy analysis for Missouri. Established in 2000 as an integral part of the Truman School of Public Affairs, IPP works to examine critical public policy issues for policymakers and citizens. 

IPP condemns the recent incidents of racism and violence locally, regionally, and nationally and stands with the citizens of Missouri to work towards ending systemic injustice. The Truman School's Statement on Racial Injustice can be found here.

As the public service arm of the Truman School of Public Affairs, IPP continues their mission to provide outstanding survey design, data collection, training, management, evaluation, and policy analysis in the areas of Education and Outreach, Women & Children, Public Health and Safety, and Regional and Economic Development.

IPP supports collaborative partnerships, forums, conferences, research, and dissemination through grants and contracts to further equity and inclusion for all Missourians.