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Statewide Public Policy Advocacy Efforts

AAUW Ohio Public Policy Chair: Karen Rainey. Read back issues of the AAUW Ohio Public Policy E-Newsletter

AAUW Ohio Public Policy Advocate: Jennifer Dillard testifies on our behalf at pertinent hearings at the Statehouse in Columbus. Testimony is available on this page.

Statewide Projects: Find out about AAUW Ohio’s statewide action projects, including AAUW Ohio Voting RecordStop Trafficking in Ohio and the Making History Project.

Ohio Advocacy Links

See more links to public policy resources for activism at the national, state and branch levels.

 National Public Policy Advocacy

AAUW takes action on the issues that matter at the local, state, national, and international levels. Advocacy resources include:

Legal Advocacy Fund

The AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund (LAF) works to combat sex discrimination in higher education and the workplace. LAF initiatives include:

Get more information about the Legal Advocacy Fund at both the state and national levels.

Donate to the Legal Advocacy Fund to support the protection of the legal rights of those who are facing discrimination.

AAUW Action Fund

AAUW Action Fund: The AAUW Action Fund advances equity for women and girls through member activism and voter mobilization. Since 1881, AAUW has been the nation’s leading voice promoting education and equity for women and girls.

The AAUW Action Fund was established July 1, 2009, following a strategic restructuring of AAUW, the AAUW Educational Foundation, and the AAUW Leadership and Training Institute. The AAUW Action Fund supports AAUW’s continuing goal of breaking through barriers for women and girls, and it does so through member activism and voter mobilization. Both organizations have a nationwide network of nearly 100,000 members, 1,000 branches, and 500 college/university institution partners.

Read a briefing on the AAUW website that provides detailed information about the structure of AAUW, the AAUW Action Fund, AAUW branches and members.

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