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Information is one of the most important tools for preventing, reducing, and ending poverty in New Jersey. The wealth of research, information, and events provided by anti-poverty organizations is a great resource for identifying effective solutions, but it can be overwhelming and hard to navigate the variety of sources putting out these useful resources. The Community Resources section of this website is intended to serve as a clearinghouse for this information. In addition to this Feature Page for current and priority information, information is posted on the Reports & Resources, Partner Events & Trainings, and Other Resources pages. Check out the great resources, and if you have a report, event, or other resource to post, please contact info@antipovertynetwork.orgFor the APN posting policy, click here. 

Posting of individual resources or events on this page does not signify APN's endorsement of all activities or policies of the posting organizations.


Advocacy Resources Regarding State FY'16 Budget Proposal

A number of organizations are working on analysis of the budget outline ('budget-in-brief") that was released by the Governor's Office following the Feb. 24 Budget Address. For a quick look at what is being proposed (and not), take a look at these summaries: 

Budget proposal
Budget testimony & talking points





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