Partnership for the Public Good is a community-based think tank that builds a more just, sustainable, and culturally vibrant Buffalo Niagara through action-oriented research, policy development, and citizen engagement.

A New Home For Action

Since 2007, our work has been dedicated to effecting lasting, positive change in our community. Created with the help of educators, students, volunteers, interns, and independent researchers, our rich body of reports, policy briefs, and fact sheets can now be found in the Buffalo Commons.

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November 18, 2022

Buffalo Common Council Summary: Week of November 14, 2022

By Rose Thomas | Each week, PPG summarizes important takeaways from the major Buffalo Common Council meetings. We also include information from Council meetings related to our Community Agenda items

November 17, 2022

Immigrant Advocates Celebrate Introduction of Erie County Language Access Act, Demand Swift Passage

Erie County, NY—Today, the Language Access Working Group and Erie County Legislators gathered at the Legislature to celebrate the introduction of the Erie County Language Access Act in the Erie County Legislature. This bill would require all …

November 15, 2022

Buffalo Common Council Summary: Week of November 7, 2022

By Rose Thomas, Sarah Wooton, and Tanvier Peart | Each week, PPG summarizes important takeaways from the major Buffalo Common Council meetings. We also include information from Council meetings related to our Community Agenda items

November 7, 2022

Buffalo Common Council Summary: Week of October 31, 2022

By Rose Thomas | Each week, PPG summarizes important takeaways from the major Buffalo Common Council meetings. We also include information from Council meetings related to our Community Agenda items

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The True Cost of Child Care: Erie County NY (Final Report)
How To Better Welcome Refugees and Secondary Migrants
Climate Solutions are Health Solutions: An Evaluation of PUSH Green's Home Energy Efficiency Program
Housing Discrimination Complaint Data in the Buffalo Region
The Role of Water in Buffalo's Lead Exposure Crisis