Réseau des chercheures africaines (Canada)

Founded in Toronto in 1995, the Réseau des chercheures africaines is a non-profit organization dedicated to various researches on the integration of professional women from racial minorities, and seeks durable solutions for those who have been there a long time to find a employment in their field, to change careers, to meet new challenges.

The Réseau des chercheures africaines designs, develops, implements and provides information and training tools designed especially for professional francophone women from racial and ethnocultural minorities, government officials, integration policies professionals, heads and volunteers from associations, social workers, local, national and international enterprises.

The RECAF’s objectives:

-Strengthen the factors that promote the full participation and professional integration of francophone women from racial and ethnocultural minorities;

-Promote intellectual and economic autonomy of francophone women from racial and ethnocultural minorities business by facilitating access to resources and their control;

-Eliminate factors that accentuate poverty among francophone women from professional racial and ethnocultural minorities and prevent them from addressing the circumstances that keep them in this situation;

-Ensure francophone women from professional racial and ethnocultural minorities equal access to quality jobs in order to increase their autonomy;

-Provide or seek ways to enable francophone women from racial and ethnocultural minorities to develop their professional skills through their experience and training.