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Partnership Building For Economic Justice: Best Practices By And For Non-Lawyer Advocates And Their Organizations

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Published Date
November, 2023

It is often difficult for survivors to move through a system linearly. An advocate or lawyer can support survivors through the process. Collaboration with other organizations and individuals is critical to meeting survivors’ holistic economic needs for safety. Advocates and attorneys may not always feel empowered to establish and build these relationships, but creating formal processes can support the development of authentic, equitable, and sustainable partnerships. Check out this guide from the Center for Survivor Agency & Justice for tips for optimizing partnerships to best support survivors of IPV as well as how to address some of the challenges that may arise in pursuit of collaboration.