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Innovative Women Fellowship Program

The fellowship program invites applications from activists who need time and support to develop new ideas for advancing social and economic justice in today’s transforming economy, especially on issues that impact women workers and organizing. The program will leverage university resources to enrich the fellowships, and includes a stipend and robust mentoring support. The fellowships will run from three to four months. is the citation.

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Organization: Women Innovating Labor Leadership
Date: 2/24/23
Resource Type: Fellowship
Topic: Gender Justice

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