|Clerk: Steven Aldrich Aldr…@gmail.com
Guidelines for the Work of the FCWPP Economic Justice Working Group
The FCWPP Economic Justice Working Group assumes primary responsibility to identify, research, and recommend ways in which FCWPP might most effectively address issues concerning economic inequity, economically or physically challenged individuals, and programs needed to maintain good physical health in Washington State. The overall mission of the Working Group is to bring Friends’ testimonies to public policy on these issues in Washington State. Individual members of a Working Group may deal with only one of the issues involved.
Objectives will include, but not be limited to the following:
The Economic Justice Working Group will:
Normally, Friends will constitute the primary membership of the Working Group, but other may be included for their expertise. The Clerk of FCWPP and the Clerk of the Legislative Committee will be ex officio members of the Economic Justice Working Group. The Clerk of the Working Group will be an ex officio member of the Legislative Committee and have the option of being a member of the Executive Committee.
Meetings can be face to face and by conference call. Meeting Notes will be kept and circulated within the Working Group and to the Legislative Committee.
The Economic Justice Working Group will conduct an annual evaluation of its mission, practice, and effectiveness each spring or early summer.