Our policy and program work covers a broad range of issue areas – from fighting climate change to solving food and housing insecurity to improving broadband access and affordability, among many others. Please take a look at the top issues affecting the lives of Californians that NGP is working on in 2023.
Learn more about how we’re taking action to combat the climate crisis and the policies and programs we’re working on to protect clean air and water on behalf of all Californians.
Focusing on creating a quality educational system – from cradle to career – that addresses historic inequities in our K-12 and higher education systems, promotes student and teacher success, and advances the promise of educational opportunity.
Learn more about how we’re fighting for policies that advance social, racial, environmental, economic and gender justice, including the right to body autonomy.
The NGP mission constantly challenges our team to identify and advocate for the progressive changes that will make a meaningful, positive difference in the lives of Californians – it is what drives all of us to do the work that we do. Check out a few specific examples of how the work we’re doing to advance justice and equity is positively impacting the lives of all Californians.
Social media and ad buy impressions that educated, activated, and unified Californians around our priorities.
Actions taken by our followers – including individual letters sent to elected officials; tweets to legislators; toolkits shared; stories collected; and forms submitted.
Individual letters delivered and petitions signed calling on the Governor to take action across our priority bills.
Quotes and mentions in Capitol community news outlets statewide – including earned print media and television interviews.
Advocacy events – organized and participated in webinars and wrote issue briefs, blog posts, and policy reports.
Followers and stakeholders who are ready to take action.
Participation in our democracy must include all of us. That’s why we partnered with election experts and held a virtual discussion on what lessons California can learn from Colorado state law which increased voter registration rates and enhanced the integrity of their election system by updating to a “Back-end” Automatic Voter Registration format.