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Building Partnerships for Economic Justice: A Report on Innovative Pilot Projects

General Material
Published Date
November, 2014

This is a report on the Building Partnerships for Economic Justice program which involves organizations partnering to work on issues of economic and consumer rights for survivors of domestic violence. This is a project of the Center for Survivor Agency and Justice and is part of the larger Consumer Rights for Domestic Violence Survivors Initiative. This report details findings from the first year of the project and may be helpful to other organizations seeking to build similar partnerships. Partner sites were:

Texas Council on Family Violence (Austin, Texas)

Indiana Legal Services (Bloomington, Indiana)

Women’s Resource Center (Scranton, Pennsylvania)

Columbus Community Legal Services at Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law (Washington, D.C)