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Ensure all men and women, especially the poor and vulnerable, have equal rights to economic resources and basic services, ownership of land and property, inheritance, natural resources, new technology and financial services.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Development Corporations: Focus on economic development, affordable housing, and community revitalization.

  2. Community Action Agencies: Address poverty, provide basic services, and advocate for economic opportunities.

  3. Neighborhood Associations: Focus on community organizing, local advocacy, and addressing neighborhood-specific issues.

  4. Technology Access Centers: Bridge the digital divide, providing technology education, and ensuring access to information.

  5. Social Justice Coalitions: Advocate for equal rights, social and economic justice, and community empowerment.

  6. Community Resource Centers: Provide resources and services to address local needs, including economic resources.

  7. Tenant Unions or Housing Rights Organizations: Advocate for tenants' rights, affordable housing, and addressing housing inequality.

  8. Local Business Alliances: Support local businesses, economic development, and foster community ownership.

  9. Community Health Centers: Provide accessible healthcare services and address health disparities in the community.

  10. Environmental Justice Groups: Advocate for environmental equity, address pollution, and ensure fair access to resources.

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