CAAAVCommittee Against Anti-Asian Violence
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Two legal teams, one based at New York University and the other a non-profit group called the National Employment Law Project (NELP), are helping CAAAV find ways to enforce the contract at the city, state and federal levels.
Since 1997, CAAAV has organized women from the Philippines, China, South Korea and Malaysia in its ''Women Workers Project'' aiming to impose a standard contract on employers of domestic workers and to inform the workers of their rights.
of NY; Ifetayo Cultural Arts Facility; Life Force: Women Fighting AIDS; HIV/AIDS Technical Assistance Project; InMotion; Make the Road by Walking; The Hope Program; Maura Clarke-Ita Ford Center; CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities; Child Care, Inc; and Community Voices Heard.
Jane Bai, Executive Director of CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities, will join the program faculty in a discussion of the impact of these new laws on our practice and on people's lives as part of the concluding panel.