WEBINAR: Advancing Employment Opportunities and Economic Justice for Women Living with HIV - July 31, 2014

Thursday, July 31, 2014
11am PT/12pm MT/1pm CT/2pm ET

Please join Positive Women's Network-USA for an upcoming 90-minute webinar on one of their six policy priority areas: Economic Justice and Employment Rights for Women Living with HIV.

Register at: http://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=EA58DF83874E31
 
PWN-USA takes a three-pronged approach to address economic justice issues by:
 
1) advocating for policies that give women with HIV more options to work and earn a livable wage with a flexibility that matches the realities of their lives
2) creating economic opportunities for women living with HIV including connecting women to potential paid opportunities and 
3) engaging in partnerships that provide tools and skills to achieve economic empowerment.
 
To join PWN-USA in discussing this three-prong approach, the following speakers will address Advancing Employment Opportunities and Economic Justice for Women Living with HIV:

Mark Misrok, Chair for the National Working Positive Coalition (NWPC)
Federal and State Efforts to Promote Employment Opportunities for People Living with HIV

April Watkins, Assistant Director of Workforce Development, HIV Employment Programs, GMHC
Helping WLHIV Address Concerns and Return to Work

Stephanie Laster, HIV Prevention Specialist/Bridge Leadership Program Associate at SisterLove, Inc.
Partnering with other WLHIV to Achieve Better Financial Security 

To register for the webinar, please click on to the following link: 
http://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=EA58DF83874E31

 

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