The news continues to demonstrate that the issues of violence, exclusion and social and gender-based inequality persist. Unfortunately, the numbers show that violence against women and girls is still far from zero and prove that our actions continue to be necessary and relevant. This is why the Women’s Y Foundation of Montreal is launching its Objective
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Was this unexpected? This year, Quebec media didn’t wait until July 1st to point out the shortage of available, affordable and safe housing. In Montreal, it’s a veritable crisis, resulting from a situation exacerbated by the pandemic, which impacted mostly women, and to an even greater extent, single-parent women, women who are young, old, immigrants
As the year begins, activities are accelerating and exciting enthusiasm among the troops, announcing a spring filled with challenges, hope and action; just the way we like it.
Women who are making a difference in our society! This morning the Montreal Women’s Y Foundation announced the names of the laureates for the 23rd edition of the Women of Distinction Awards. These unique awards have been distributed every year since 1994. Inspiring women who have marked our society are recognized in 11 categories, including
The Women’s Y Foundation is pleased to offer a benefit – conference on domestic violence with guest, author and actress Ingrid Falaise. Don’t miss this event on April 12th at the YWCA Montreal, at 6 PM. This conference was made possible through the contribution of Ewa Gerus, lawyer. This activity is free , but a