Frequently Asked Questions

  1. BWA works with workers from the Brockton area, specifically, workers that are confronting workplace abuses and exploitation at work.
  2. Workers come to BWA from different channels and with a wide range of issues. 
  3. BWA educate, advocate and provide workers with the tools to take collective action with their co-workers to change the working conditions at the workplace.
  4. We provide 1;1 assistance and referrals to other issues
  5. BWA works with other worker centers across the state to push for policies changes that affect workers
  • BWA provides the Know Your Rights clinics in which workers from across different industries attend, learn their rights and take action against injustices and abuses. 

 

  • BWA’s model is unique in the sense workers are provided with leadership skills by participating in our 10 weeks leadership institutes sessions, workers  develop their skills and become leaders in their own workplaces and communities.

 

  • BWA provides accompaniment to workers in every step of the process, providing the tools needed to be the key change makers they want to see in their workplaces and communities. -Our model provides education, advocacy and organizing, so they can defend themselves against future injustices and abuses

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Workers can report abuses and exploitation by calling our hotline and attending the Know  Your Rights clinics to learn their rights and take action

Workers can report abuses and exploitation by calling our hotline and attending the Know your Rights clinics to learn their rights and take action.

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