Leadership development is a very important component of our mission and our work. We are committed to empowering low-wage workers that have been purposely excluded from decision-making processes that most affect their lives. Our educational models aims to provide workers with a place to strategically think about ways to collectively identify and grapple with workplace justice issues and determine appropriate priorities and agendas for addressing workplace issues.
Workers Justice Project achieves this by:
- Developing Leadership through trainings that focus on analyzing the root cause of social disparity of our community and create alternative solution based on our necessities
- Building the skills through vocational trainings that incorporates popular education and community organizing skill building, with the aim to enhance leadership among low-wage Latino/a workers.
- Creating participatory and democratic structures where workers and those directly affected by workplace injustice are directly leading and making important campaign and organizational decisions.