| Policy Resources
There are links to policy resources useful to community organizing groups. Some
link language is taken from the websites.
- Center on
Budget and Policy Priorities, conducts
research and analysis on a range of
government policies and programs, with an
emphasis on those affecting low- and
CitizenSpeak, a free email advocacy
service for grassroots organizations.
E-The People, where you can sign and
write petitions on-line.
National Low Income Housing Coalition
Advocate’s Resource Guide, with chapters
for every major housing program
and issue in the field, from AIDS Housing to
New Party, U.S. Politics with a
community organizing approach.
Stateline.org, with information on
national and state level policy issues.
- United for
a Fair Economy, with many resources and
links for building a fair economy.
Voluntary Sector Public Policy Toolbox,
by Ginsler and Associates, Inc., is designed
to help voluntary organizations to
participate in the Canadian public policy
| Education Reform information
| Welfare Reform Information
LINC Project, the electronic crossroads
where the members, leaders, and organizers
of low income organizations confronting the
shredding of our social safety net can
connect, gather and exchange information and
have their organizing efforts represented.
Welfare Law Center, works with and on
the behalf of poor people to ensure that
adequate income support --public funding
provided on the basis of need.