IWCC’s collective spaces include:
- Organizers’ meetings for peer-to-peer learning and mutual strategizing
- Coordinating meetings to build collaboration between member centers and joint campaigns.
- Training workshops for staff and member-leader organizers.
- Grassroots member assemblies to develop cross-cultural connections and solidarity and take on powerful opposition forces through direct action
IWCC member organizations determine our campaign priorities based on the on-the-ground work being performed by the members. IWCC facilitates collaboration between worker centers on these campaigns and brings resources and strategic relationships towards these goals:
- Ending Subcontracting as a way of outsourcing employer responsibility
- Supporting Injured Immigrant Workers in reforming the Workers’ Compensation system to protect the most vulnerable workers
- Introduction of Just Cause ordinances requiring notification explaining the reason each time a worker is fired
- Fighting Wage Theft
- Supporting the Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights
- Supporting the passage and implementation of Reform Employment Agency Law (REAL) in Massachusetts