Equal Justice Center
Rating: 3.67 stars 3 3 reviews
Civil Rights, Human Services, Immigration, Crime & Law
510 S Congress Ave Suite 206 Austin TX 78704 USA
The Equal Justice Center is an employment justice and civil rights organization which empowers low-income families, individuals and communities to achieve systemic reforms that improve their lives. To do this EJC uses combined strategies of legal rights advocacy, community organizing, technical assistance, and community-based coalition building. EJC provides the critical support and infrastructure that enables low-income working people to assert their rights, to organize, and to secure fair treatment in the workplace, in the justice system, and in the larger civil society.
Major Programs include:- Justice at Work-Central Texas Immigrant Workers? Rights Center (?CityWork?)- Transnational Worker Rights Clinic (operated by EJC in partnership with the University of Texas School of Law)- Injured Workers? Justice Project- Fair Defense Project
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