This document outlines the agenda for the third annual Economic Justice Summit hosted by National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) on June 19-20, 2019, in Houston, Texas.
The Institute for Women’s Policy Research Economic Security for Survivors Project prepared this presentation with data on the costs of domestic violence as well as the limitations of current research.
This brief background on the intersections of domestic violence, sexual assault and economic instability includes the legislative and administrative threats and opportunities related to public benefits programs.
Panelists Laura Glaza from The Allstate Foundation Purple Purse, Tracey Breeden of Uber, and Wendy Bradshaw, Thirty-One Gifts, collaborated on this presentation about connecting business to social causes.
The New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NYSCADV) prepared this presentation, which draws upon NYSCADV's experience providing trainings for disaster response workers
Paid Sick and Safe Leave: Helping Survivors & Their Families Stay Safe Without Losing a Job or Paycheck – EJ Summit 2018
This presentation explaining emerging legal protections for survivors in the workplace was shared at the 2018 Economic Justice Summit in Las Vegas, NV.