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Three of SWP's directors (Legal, Social Work, and Movement Building) would very much appreciate management coaching to help us most effectively support our staff and interns in doing their direct services, outreach, and training work. We'd be interested in receiving this training as a group, or if that's not possible, on a one-on-one basis.
This project would help our managers better support supervisees and troubleshoot issues, with an eye towards creating an organizational culture and practices that are in line with our anti-oppressive principles. With this training, we hope to be able to ensure we have cohesive teams working to further SWP's mission of creating, through direct services and systemic advocacy, a world where sex workers and survivors of human trafficking are safe and free.
The Sex Workers Project (SWP) at the Urban Justice Center is the first and only program in the country to focus on the provision of legal and social services to sex workers, by protecting and promoting the rights of individuals who engage in sex work, regardless of whether they do so by choice, circumstance, or coercion. We engage in in media advocacy, support sex worker-led organizing and pursue policy change. Together, we are working to create a world that is safe for sex workers and where human trafficking does not exist.
We provide free therapy and immigration legal services to survivors of trafficking and sex workers. We engage in policy advocacy, and community education.
It was a true delight working with Phyllis! She knew just what questions to ask to get to the heart of an issue, gave thoughtful advice, and equipped me with useful resources and assessments. I feel very fortunate to have benefited from her insight and highly recommend her to other organizations.
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