With Suzanne Jay, Asian Women for Equality, Fay Blaney, Aboriginal Women’s Action Network (AWAN), Taina Bien-Aimé, Coalition Against Trafficking of Women and Dani Plumari, Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter
With Julie Diesta, Vancouver Committee for Domestic Workers’ and Caregivers’ Rights, Trisha Baptie, formerly Exploited Voices now Educating (EVE) and Ashani Montgomery, Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter
With a Guaranteed Livable Income, women would not have to be economically dependent on men. It would increase women’s ability to resist exploitation and abuse from bosses, co-workers, landlords, pimps, and battering husbands.
As feminists we are demanding our fair share of the common wealth. The successes of the
feminist revolution is rooted in collectively insisting on 100% of what we want, making the
impossible, possible – for our desire for freedom makes Guaranteed Livable Income only a
minute step towards our vision of liberation
A Guaranteed Livable Income must be set high enough to meet adequate standards of living. It should provide all basic necessities such as a nutritious diet, safe adequate housing, transportation, and allow for discretionary spending to enhance full participation in community life.