In Support of the Art Handlers Bill of Rights

Art Handlers Alliance of New York (AHA-NY) announces the Art Handlers' Bill of Rights, the first document to outline a set of minimum fair standards for workers involved in all aspects of art handling. The bill is the result of several years of conversations with art handlers from employers as varied as galleries, auctions houses, and art transport and installation companies. It is intended to function as a guide for workers as well as socially responsible employers. Please lend your support by signing this petition to have the Art Handlers' Bill of Rights adopted as an industry standard.

http://www.arthandlersalliance.org/art-handlers-bill-of-rights/

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We Are Art Handlers Coming Together For:
- Open Dialogue
- Shared Resources
- Health Benefits
- Fair Wages
- Job Protection
- Better Working Conditions
- Solidarity Among Freelance, Contract, & Union Labor

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http://www.arthandlersalliance.org/support-for-the-art-handlers-bill-of-rights/

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