Farmworker Justice (FJ) is a national non-profit organization based in Washington, DC that supports farmworkers to improve their health, occupational safety, living and working conditions, and access to health care. Using a multi-faceted approach, FJ engages in capacity building assistance, health promotion, leadership development, public education, and advocacy. FJ’s key areas of expertise are policy and coalition building.
Social determinants of health
Health care policy
Occupational safety and health
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