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Resources for Advocates

Advocates can play a critical role in improving workplace responses to domestic and sexual violence, trafficking, and stalking.

They can connect workers with resources, raise awareness of domestic and sexual violence in their communities, and be an important part of a movement to change workplace culture. An advocate may be the only person a victim can approach to discuss the impact of violence on his or her life, including his or her employment.

Model Healthcare Industry Trainings

Model Agricultural Industry Training

Model Restaurant Industry Trainings

The Top 10 Things Unions Can Do Right Now to Address Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

The Facts on Gender-Based Workplace Violence

Confidentiality is Critical

What Can Unions Do to Prevent and Respond to Workplace Violence?

Guide for Advocates

Finding a Balance: Response to Members Who Perpetrate Violence

Education, Training, and Support for Unions

Survivors with Disabilities and Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence

Organizational Resources and State Laws

Ending Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work in the United States (Solidarity Center, FUTURES & AFL-CIO)

Union Education, Training, and Support

Union Policy and Contract Language

The Human Trafficking Of Domestic Workers In The United States (Beyond Survival Campaign)

Spotlight on Women of Color (Institute for Women’s Policy Research)

Undervalued and Underpaid in America: Women in Low-Wage, Female-Dominated Jobs (Institute for Women’s Policy Research)

Reimagining Workplace Safety (FUTURES)