Advocacy is one of the four pillars of the AAUW efforts to advance equity for women and girls and AAUW’s value promise is to provide a community that breaks through barriers for women and girls.
In 2011-2012 AAUW of North Carolina is merging those two important principles with a new Public Policy Project that will harness the energies of branch members across the state to track state and federal legislation related to AAUW Public Policy Principles and Priorities. Learn more about how we’re extending this program in 2013 with support from the national organization:
In North Carolina, connecting members across the state to share public policy information has been one our emphases for several years. We encourage members to follow the work of AAUW at the federal level, and in North Carolina, we work in coalitions like NC Women United, NC Voters for Clean Elections, and Action for Children to bring timely, accurate information to our members.
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