Providing Resources and Tools for the Community

  • The Center provides fact sheets with state-level data that demonstrate how the U.S. link between employment and health care coverage intensifies many of the economic and social disadvantages faced by women.
  • The Center offers individually tailored classes, workshops, briefings, trainings, and consultation to teachers, clinicians, criminal justice professionals, women's groups, legislators and policy makers, journalists, and other community groups.
  • The Center is committed to the documentation of international women's conferences for use by scholars, activists, and the interested public. To this end, we guided the processing of, and wrote the Finding Aid for, the Mary P. Burke U.N. Women's Conference Collection. The Burke Collection is now housed in the Suffolk University Archives, and searchable on line though the Center's website.