Pilipino Workers Center
Region: Los Angeles county Service Area(s): Health/Family, Immigration, Labor, Legal/Public Policy/Civil Rights
153 Glendale Blvd. • Los Angeles, CA 90026

Contact: Aquilina Soriano-Versoza (pilworker@pwcsc.org)
Telephone: 213-250-4353 • Fax: 213-250-4337

Offering unpaid internships.

Prerequisites: N/A

Deadlines: N/A

Description/Mission statement:
Pilipino Workers' Center was formed in 1997, on the idea that all individuals deserve a high quality of life. This means that we are entitled to safe working conditions, living wages, decent living conditions, access to quality healthcare and basic human dignity.

We provide services and resources that help meet the immediate needs of Pilipino workers and their families while organizing for long-term change.

We also believe that the conditions of Filipino workers and the community here in Los Angeles are inseparably linked to the conditions in our homeland, the Philippines. Justice here includes justice there.

PWC also serves as a research institute that focuses on the latest data, statistics and situation of Filipino workers and immigrants here in the United States, as well as a resource for information on the Philippines.

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