Economic Development & Security

Women in the United States frequently lack basic services that are taken for granted in many other parts of the world. To be able to live in economic security, they require educational opportunities; paid sick leave; affordable, quality child care and elder care; as well as portable health care and adequate retirement benefits to protect them throughout their lives. While programs such as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Food Stamps are available, they do not go far enough. More robust safety nets are needed to lift and keep women and their families out of poverty.

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Yesterday, the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) convened a call with the National Women's Law Center, National Association for the...
By Libby Parker*On February 11th, The National Employment Law Project (NELP) hosted a webinar on Taking Advantage of the Last Chance to Modernize...
By Kate Meyer*The National Women’s Law Center hosted a call last week on What’s Next for Early Childhood in the 112th Congress with...
This just in!  Eileen Applebaum from the Center for Economic and Policy Research and Ruth  Milkman have released findings from their latest...

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