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VCW is an independent non-partisan state commission dedicated to advancing rights and opportunities for women in Vermont.
VCW is an independent non-partisan state commission dedicated to advancing rights and opportunities for women in Vermont.

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What’s working well – and not working well – for the women in your community?

The Vermont Commission on Women Listening Project wants to know! What are the most important issues facing women in Vermont, according to your own experience or from what you can see? Please help us gather this information by taking a short survey (5-10 minutes max). Anything you share will help us understand how we can best help women in Vermont. Your answers to the survey are completely anonymous and confidential, so tell us whatever you want. And we welcome responses from anyone (not just women). Here’s the survey; please share it with others in your community.

Many thanks for helping to inform our future work.
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Learn more about workplace protections for #Vermont’s #pregnant workers. What are #reasonableaccommodations? What do you need to know as an employer or HR (human resources) manager to comply with Vermont law?

Vermont Commission on Women in partnership with Vermont Department of Health, Vermont Attorney General-Civil Rights Unit, and the Vermont Human Rights Commission created this video to help you understand and comply with this law.
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If you haven't already, please take 5-10 minutes to tell us about the most important issues facing women in Vermont. We're eager to listen to the perspectives of everyone, not just women. Many thanks for helping to inform our future work. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/vcw2018listeningproject
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Join VCW director Cary Brown and author Rickey Gard Diamond Tuesday May 1st for Screwnomics’ hometown book launch at Bear Pond Books, 7 - 8:00 pm. Discuss the state of women's economics. Enjoy cake, drinks and nibbles!
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What’s working well – and not working well – for the women in your community?

The Vermont Commission on Women Listening Project wants to know! What are the most important issues facing women in Vermont, according to your own experience or from what you can see? Please help us gather this information by taking a short survey (5-10 minutes max). Anything you share will help us understand how we can best help women in Vermont. Your answers to the survey are completely anonymous and confidential, so tell us whatever you want. And we welcome responses from anyone (not just women). Here’s the survey; please share it with others in your community.

Many thanks for helping to inform our future work.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/vcw2018listeningproject
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Today is #InternationalWomensDay! Celebrate by advocating for women's rights around the globe. Need inspiration? Check out "Eight ways you can be a women's rights activist today, and everyday" from UN Women. http://www.unwomen.org/en/news/stories/2018/3/compilation-eight-ways-you-can-be-a-womens-rights-advocate
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Don't miss the latest issue of the VIEW, VCW's e-newsletter, full of news, resources, and events for and of interest to #Vermont women and girls. http://mailchi.mp/e4e5969f451b/vermont-commission-on-women-newsletter-november-2017
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New VCW Commissioner Deborah Bucknam has been practicing law in Vermont since 1979. Her firm, Bucknam Black Davis PC, located in St. Johnsbury, represents client’s interests in the legal matters affecting their lives and businesses. Commissioner Bucknam graduated from Vermont Law School, and is a member of the Vermont Bar Association, the New Hampshire Bar Association, and the Federalist Society. http://women.vermont.gov/node/761
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