Welcome to Femmes Équité Atlantique

Background

Socio-economic equity among Acadian and Francophone women living in minority situations in the Atlantic Provinces is an initiative undertaken in January 2004, by the Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research. The goal of this initiative is to try to answer the following questions:

  • What are the repercussions of socio-economic inequity on poverty, education, violence and health?
  • Why does this inequity exist? 
  • What can we do as a community?

The Femmes Équité Atlantique (FÉA) is made up of organizations that deal with women’s issues in the four Atlantic Provinces,and was created in fall 2004.

FÉA’s mandate is to improve the socio-economic situation of Acadian and French women in the Atlantic provinces. 

Learn more about us…

Dare to get involved… in politics (English) PDF Icon

Pamphlet FÉA (English) PDF Icon

Report Phase 4 : To be heard (English) PDF Icon