What bills passed? What bills failed? What do those bills mean for women? Join Tara Muir and Jen Simon to break it all down!
ESPC works closely with the Wyoming Coalition for Healthy Retirement (WCHR). Sometimes, that work aligns closely with the Gender Lens Project. Find out how the two efforts intersect!
Our systems still force the choice between work and family — and still endlessly encourage women in particular to seek “work/life balance” (whether it exists or not). And that is why it is time for a shift in conversation about the value that caregiving confers on all of us.
A good government is transparent and accessible—and it relies on robust civic engagement. Through our SHAPE Wyoming grassroots lobbyist training, we help regular people learn how to navigate and effectively engage with elected officials on the issues they care about most.
A good government is transparent and accessible—and relies on robust civic engagement. Through ESPC’s trainings—SHAPE Wyoming for grassroots lobbyists and RUN Wyoming for candidates—we help Wyomingites navigate and engage with elected officials on the issues they care about most. SHAPE Wyoming RUN Wyoming
As a foundational element of our democracy, accountability is often talked about but rarely put into action. When present, our elected officials are responsible to the people they represent. When absent, the integrity and stability of our government is threatened. The power of our government resides in the hands of the people, not the government. The people exercise their power …
Wyoming’s government isn’t always transparent or accessible to the people. Consequently, we use advocacy to support and guide them through the democratic process. We start at the the grassroots level by educating, empowering, and mobilizing people to take action on the issues affecting them the most. Effective advocacy provides a platform to elevate and amplify the voices of all people, …