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Students Against Migrant Exploitation (S.A.M.E) educates and empowers students and youth alike on issues that affect migrant workers. Our advocacy programs aim to inform the broad community on the circumstances and experiences of the hundreds of thousands of migrant workers that come to Canada yearly. We conduct our outreach and programs through the Agricultural Workers Alliance who operate 10 migrant workers assistance centers across Canada.
S.A.M.E. tour a resounding youth success
Toronto – April 4, 2013 - Two weeks and twenty stops later, a cross-Ontario tour by Students Against Migrant Exploitation (S.A.M.E.) engaged thousands of participants and visitors, and has built the way for new S.A.M.E. chapters across Ontario. At the heart of the awareness tour — S.A.M.E’s goal to engage and encourage young people to take action.
S.A.M.E. Youth Tour Sweeps Ontario
Toronto â€“ March 23, 2013 â€“ The first week of the S.A.M.E. Tour 2013 across Ontario was a huge hit with thousands of students.Â The tour was launched on March 18, and coincided with Migrant Worker Awareness Week. Continuing through the week, ten S.A.M.E. (Students Against Migrant Exploitation) youth volunteers hosted awareness-raising seminars, videos, musical performances, and in-classroom projects to engage students about the challenges and hardships faced by migrant workers in Canada.
PUT S.A.M.E. JOURNEY ON YOUR MAP FOR MIGRANT WORKER AWARENESS WEEK 2013!
February 21, 2013 â€“ Get on board! S.A.M.E. (Students Against Migrant Exploitation) is about to embark on an historic journey â€” to engage students across Ontario to defend human rights and fight for migrant worker justice. The journey begins March 18, at Brock University in St. Catharines; the first of a series of S.A.M.E. events in support of Migrant Worker Awareness Week 2013.
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