ICWJ Board Member Rev. Curt Anderson writes for Huffington Post about Christian scriptures’ concern for workers

Today the Huffington Post published an essay by ICWJ board member Rev. Curt Anderson of First Congregational Church about how Christians are called by scripture to be advocates for working people. To read the entire articles, please click here.

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Update on Living Wage Certification Project

This spring, the ICWJ will continue its work on the Living Wage Certification Project. This project will allow ICWJ to interview, certify, and publicize local businesses and restaurants that pay their workers a living wage and engage in fair labor practices. Through this project, the ICWJ hopes to encourage area…

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From the Executive Director – reposted from Just Works e-newsletter, Feb. 15, 2011

This is the time of year where I am very focused on preparing for ICWJ’s annual faith and labor breakfast. Preparing for our big annual event provides me with the opportunity to review where we have been since last year’s breakfast. I’m proud to say that we enter this New…

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ICWJ Supports AFSCME 171 Workers on Campus

The new crown jewel of the University of Wisconsin is located on University Ave and North Randall Ave and is known as the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery. The building was constructed through the combined funds of the State of Wisconsin, the private Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), and a private…

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