Union Women's Leadership: Discussion Guide Now Available

This discussion guide will help your union think about how to support and promote women as leaders. The guide was inspired by the report, I knew I could do this work: Seven strategies for promoting women's activism and leadership in unions. The discussion guide can be used with E-Boards, women's committees, and CLUW chapters. You don't need any experience as a trainer to use it -- just be sure to read it in advance and follow the directions. Experienced trainers will be able to adapt it to their own programs. Or contact the author, Michelle Kaminski, about leading a workshop. E-mail: mkaminsk@msu.edu or Phone: 517-432-0933.

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This work was funded by the Berger-Marks Foundation.
For more information, http://bergermarks.org/news/2008/grants5-08.html#msustrategies

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