Language access

Document your work

Programs should document their Language Access Plans, policies, and implementation steps as evidence of compliance with Title VI. Your abilities to document the accessibility measures you provide for survivors with LEP, with full consideration for the survivors’ safety, confidentiality, and privacy, serve as testimony of your program’s internal and external integrity. This can protect your organization’s current and past record, and also reflects positively on your community and movement leadership status to potential partners, funders, and other stakeholders.