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CSAJ Releases 2016 Impact Report
December 21, 2016
As the holidays near and the year comes to a close, we at the Center for Survivor Agency and Justice are thrilled to share our CSAJ 2016 Impact Report, which highlights our major accomplishments of 2016.
For the past decade, CSAJ has worked with advocates, lawyers, organizations, and communities across the country to enhance economic justice for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. This work rests on one central premise:
There is no safety for survivors without access to economic security.
And while our advances are great, the road ahead is uncertain.
With Trump as President-elect, CSAJ’s work is more important now than ever before. That’s why we’ve developed commitments for 2017. With your support, CSAJ will:
Mobilize to preserve the economic legal rights of domestic and sexual violence survivors through impact litigation and policy advocacy.
Organize at the community, state, and national level to safeguard existing protections and ensure equal treatment of marginalized survivors.
Conduct research (in a post-truth era) that illuminates barriers to safety in order to implement transformative, evidence-based advocacy strategies and community responses.
We need you to help CSAJ re-double our efforts to preserve the progress we have made and to achieve safety and economic security for survivors during this critical time.