Women's Network PEI (WNPEI) is a not-for-profit organization based in the province of Prince Edward Island, Canada. We work to strengthen and support community efforts to improve the status of women in our society. Through our project work, we promote equality, using feminist analysis and practice, and address issues that affect women in our province. We provide a forum for the voices of PEI women and opportunities for women to realize power, knowledge, skills, abilities, vision and financial security. We also act as a referral service to help women find programs and services they may need.
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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.