|Equal Pay Day is a national campaign by many organizations, which focuses on issues of pay equity and fair pay.|
|The National Association of Commissions for Women has some information about Equal Pay Day at www.nacw.org/EqualPayDay-03|
|The Center for Policy Alternatives Website is available at http://www.stateaction.org-click on the '2003 Progressive Agenda' and browse the sections on Equal Pay and Living Wage, which provide good talking points, background info., model policy legislation and links.|
|The Business and Professional Women USA organization has posted ideas
|The National Committee on Pay Equity
|The 2002 Equal Pay Day Campaign (April 16, 2002). (The page also provides
links to organizations that have posted the kit.)
|"Unhappy Hour" Theme for Equal Pay Day 2002, Advocated by
|Pay Equity Sites that are Especially of Interest to Women|
|National Association of Commissions for Women-The Voice of Women Empowered to Achieve Equality-Web site at http://www.nacw.org|
|Site of the National Women's Law Center. The mission of the NWLC is
"to protect and advance the progress of women and girls at work,
in school, and virtually every aspect of their lives."
The NWLC Site provides links to information about Equal Pay Day 2002 and
The Paycheck Fairness Act (February 2002)
|Highlights of Women's Earnings in 2001; Wage Gap Persists in 2001: Women
Make 75 Percent of Men's Earnings;
The Wage Gap By Education: 2001 available at http://www.feminist.com/fairpay/factsheets.htm
|Around the World, Women Earn Less. A fact sheet put out by AFL-CIO.
Internationally, more women are in the work force than ever and the numbers
continue to rise, yet on average, women earn only 75% of men's pay.
|'"A Price Above Rubies"? Wage Gaps Continue, Their Trends
Suggesting Platitudes, Stereotypes, and the Undervalueing of Women"'
The web page provides Internet Data Sites and Information Sources that document the pervasiveness of the wage gap.
|Canadian Pay Equity Sites|
|Ontario Pay Equity Commission
|Pay Equity Review-site of the Canadian Federal Government, which is
currently reviewing its pay equity legislation.
|CUPE BC (British Columbia, Canada) - BC's Largest Union|
|Report from the CUPE Task Force on Pay Equity-"Working Through
the Wage Gap" A Brief Summary
|Full Report from the CUPE Task Force on Pay Equity (This report is
a 164 page pdf document)
|CUPE BC Continues to Fight for Pay Equity
|Women Still Working More-For Less
|Pay Equity: We're Still Waiting
New South Wales, Australia
|'Pay Equity Test Case Gives Library Workers Sweeping Win'
(a victory for librarians and library technicians in New South Wales)
|'Library Workers in NSW Equal-Pay Test Case', a report
from ALIA on the first Equal-pay Test Case under the NSW Equal Remuneration
"The Test Case results from the NSW Pay Equity Inquiry in which librarians were found to be experiencing serious pay disadvantage."
|'All Eyes on Library Workers as Test Case Descision Looms',
A November 2001 Report by ALIA
|'Pay Equity Inequity-NSW,' ALIA report. Phil Teece is
the Industrial Relations and Employment Advisor for the ALIA and a Virtual
Participant of the Freedman Better Salaries and Pay Equity Task Force
|'Pay Equity-ALIA in the Thick of New South Wales Wage
Case,' a report from ALIA on the NSW pay equity inquiry.
|'The Equal Pay Principle', A Report by ALIA