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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.

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

The Facts on Gender-Based Workplace Violence

Digging Deep Into Our Movements: Strategies to Stop Gender-Based Violence Against Chicago’s Low-Wage Workers (Coalition Against Workplace Sexual Violence, Healing to Action & Roosevelt University Policy Research Collaborative)

Lifetime Economic Burden of Rape Among U.S. Adults (American Journal of Preventive Medicine)

Death on the Job: The Toll of Neglect (AFL-CIO)

Confidentiality is Critical

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

Guide for Advocates

Responses to Union Members Who Perpetrate Violence

Education, Training, and Support for Unions