Discover all the policies and action plans adopted by Festival TransAmériques
Festival TransAmériques is committed to providing respectful and civilised working conditions that are free from harassment or discrimination. Our policy also demonstrates a strong commitment to protecting those most at risk of being discriminated against, whether racialized, Indigenous, women, LGBTQIA+, non-binary or disabled.
The FTA is committed to maintaining a qualified workforce that reflects the diversity of the Tio’tia:ke/Montreal population. After reflecting on its colonial heritage and associated privileges as well as revising its recruitment process, it wishes to actively support employment equity.
If you are a woman, an Indigenous person, a racialized person, a person with a disability, or a member of another marginalized group, the FTA encourages you to voluntarily indicate this in your application when applying for a position at FTA. In cases where there are candidates with equivalent qualifications, priority will be given to profiles that are underrepresented within the organization.
In January 2022, FTA adopted a new Sustainability Policy and associated Action Plan for the next five years. A sustainability committee formed by members of the FTA team oversees the coordination of its initiatives. These efforts are supported by Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec and Fonds d’action québécois en développement durable.