Our Member-led Salons and field-focused Caucuses support the careers and voices of underrepresented writers in the entertainment industry.
The Guild produces regular career development programs for writers from underrepresented communities.
Learn what rights and resources you have if you are experiencing or witnessing harassment, and find out how to get support.
Learn about the city, state, and federal laws that prohibit employment-related discrimination, and how to file a claim.
Learn about the legal protections and other resources available to anyone experiencing or witnessing online abuse.
Pregnancy and parental status are protected under New York City, New York State, and federal laws; and most Guild contracts also include some protections and/or leave.
From championing state legislation to submitting federal comments on the issues that impact writers most, and beyond, the Guild is working to keep the industry open and accessible to all.
The following Code of Conduct applies to all WGAE members and staff in their conduct with their fellow members as well as conduct with Guild staff.
Learn about the Guild’s Committee for Inclusion and Equity and sector-specific DEIB initiatives, and find other resources and information available to workers.