National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project
4910 Massachusetts Ave NW
Ste 16, Lower Level
NIWAP (pronounced new-app) was formed to educate, train, offer technical assistance and public policy advocacy, and conduct research that will assist a wide range of professionals working at the Federal, State, and local levels who work with and/or whose work affects immigrant women and children. Our work is designed to promote the development, implementation, and use of laws, policies, and practices that benefit immigrant women and children.
NIWAP provides training and technical assistance on a broad range of issues of importance to immigrant women and children, including VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) immigration and confidentiality, family law, protection orders, public benefits, language access, cultural competency, and access to services, including shelter, transitional housing, health care, and education.
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