Fighting for Social, Economic and Political Justice

Connecticut Worker Center


Connecticut Worker Center was created to support immigrant workers on issues of workplace injustices and immigration rights through education, advocacy, organizing, leadership development, capacity building, civic engagement, research and public policy changes.
We promote the human and civil rights of our community members; we fight against economic and political marginalization and work with allies to create a more just society for all.

TPS for Ecuador

CWC and other community, faith, and labor organizations in CT and other states, have been working on a petition advocating for the Temporary Protected Status designation for Ecuador (TPS).  If you would like to be part of this campaign, please sign this petition:

Who is a Domestic Worker?

A Domestic Worker is a person who works within an employer’s household.  Domestic Workers perform a variety of household services for an individual or family. 

Domestic Workers are home care workers, housecleaners, household managers, private drivers, nannies, private gardeners and private home chefs.

Assistance and referrals to legal and social service agencies

Organizing & Leadership

Government engagement and workplace justice support

Advocacy campaigns to promote the rights of domestic workers and immigrant rights

Help CWC to make the difference!

Your donations make a difference! The Connecticut Worker Center is sponsored through personal donations from volunteers. Every personal donation helps keep our mission.


The Connecticut Worker Center is affiliated with the National Domestic Workers Alliance and is an active participant of different coalitions that advocate on behalf of immigrant workers at the national and state levels.

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