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Criminal Records and Employment Rights: A Tool for Advocates Working with Survivors of Domestic Violence

NNEDV

July 2019
 

Many survivors of domestic violence find themselves with criminal records, oftentimes due to coerced criminal acts, experienced at the hands of their partner. This resource helps advocates better understand employment rights of survivors with criminal records with tips and resources for survivors.

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