Equality, Justice, Learning, Growth

Since 1986 the Alberta Network of Immigrant Women has connected and empowered immigrant women across the province, leading and supporting initiatives that foster equality, justice, and learning. The Network has shared its innovative research on issues that impact the integration of immigrant women and their families within our society, and has worked effectively with other partners and stakeholders to bring our recommendations to reality.

A proud history of empowering immigrant women since 1986
and a future of even greater possibilities.

In the spirit of respect, we acknowledge Moh’kinsstis and the traditional Treaty 7 territory, including the Blackfoot Confederacy: Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, the Iyarhe Nakoda, and Tsuut’ina nations. This land is also home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3, within the historic Northwest Métis homeland. We recognize all Nations, Indigenous and non-Indigenous, who call this place home and celebrate its significance.

This gathering place is an opportunity for reconciliation and leadership. Thank you for joining the Alberta Network of Immigrant Women on Treaty 7 territory.