Family and Medical Leave Resources

The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) advocates public policy solutions for low-income Americans.


The National Partnership for Women & Families provides a comprehensive guide to paid leave research.

University of California-Berkley Institute for Research on Labor & Employment focuses employment and workplace issues, including the minimum wage, job creation and healthcare reform.

American Association of University Women  is a membership-based organization that strives to advance women's equality through education, research and advocacy.

Institute for Women’s Policy Research is a prominent think tank that is largely focused on American women's issues. This covers everything from pay equity to welfare reform to domestic violence.

MomsRising focuses on "bringing important motherhood and family issues."

The National Partnership for Women and Families leads the national fight for paid sick days and paid family and medical leave.