About the Women's Agenda Network

The Women’s Agenda Hub connects advocates, policy influencers, and others eager to transform the law and influence the legislative process in 2020.  

Strategies: Learn which policies will move the needle in your state or a particular industry, organizing and coalition building strategies.

Network News: Follow the latest efforts by advocates, communities, and policy makers in states across the country.

Policy Library: Access enacted and attempted legislation, and where available, related research, letters of support, legislative analysis, and other materials to help you drive progressive reform.

About Equal Rights Advocates

Equal Rights Advocates has been a leader in the field of gender justice policy reform and enforcement for 45 years. ERA is widely respected as the architect of several cross-sector strategic collaborations that accelerate the pace of reform for women and people across genders who are low-paid workers, immigrants, and/or experiencing discrimination at the intersection of race and gender. ERA also leads the nation in strategic enforcement of laws that advance and protect women’s and girls’ rights at work and in school. From the smallest county courthouses to the United States Supreme Court, and through its free Advice and Counseling program, ERA has represented millions of women and girls in impact litigation while also developing best practices with high-road employers and schools. Paramount to this work is centering the leadership of community members most impacted by systemic discrimination and unlawful practices.

About Our Funder, Women Donors Network

WDN is a network of progressive women donors who connect, learn, and take action through grantmaking, investing, and advocacy.

About Our Partners

We work in collaboration with sister organizations that share a vision for healthy and equitable workplaces & schools for women, girls, and gender-marginalized people. Together, we will build a future of liberation & opportunity for everyone.

2020 Women’s Agenda Network Cohort
9to5
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
Mississippi Black Women’s Roundtable
South Carolina WREN
Women’s Law Project

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