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Seeking women and gender-diverse people who have experienced Gender-Based Violence to join a survivor-led advisory committee.
“Safety. Transformation. Reconnection. Integration. Determination. Empathy” These words describe the vision for S.T.R.I.D.E; A place where women and gender-diverse people who have experienced Gender-Based Violence (GBV) can feel safe to connect.
Paid Sick Leave Legislation
Our call to government to support the proposed legislation
This legislation would support low-wage workers, often women, care workers, cashiers, cleaners, and servers. Access to paid sick days could lessen the economic burden faced by women, who are likely to be the ones to need time off work.
In Reach Program
Rural Community Meet-Up for Women and Gender-Diverse People
Monthly meetings begin in December 2022 and will run in 3 rural locations across PEI.
Expanding Our Reach
We are hosting three focus group to get your feedback!
We are working to develop a better understanding of community needs, resources available, and any service gaps that may be affecting rural Islanders, especially women and gender nonbinary individuals.
Register Your Teen For The HUB!
Free After-School Program for Youth Ages 14-18
The HUB is a free after-school program where you get to connect with like-minded peers, explore topics that matter to you and simply feel free to be yourself in an open and inclusive environment.
Celebrate Island Women & Non-Binary Folk 2021
Join us for the 6th Annual Women's Network PEI Fundraiser!
Join us on October 23, 2021 at the Trailside Music Hall in Charlottetown for an afternoon and evening of song and merriment!
Congratulations Jaime Griffin!
Celebrating 10 Years with the Women's Network PEI
Today, we celebrate the 10th work anniversary of Jaime Griffin, Director of Projects and Programs at WNPEI.
Take Back The Night
March for an end to gender-based violence in all its forms!
On September 23, join the Take Back the Night March in Charlottetown