Our Mission

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.

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What’s New With S.A.M.E.?

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Youth volunteers gear up for S.A.M.E. Awareness Tour 2014

Toronto  – February 6, 2014 – The countdown has started to the launch of the S.A.M.E. Awareness Tour 2014 — building on the success of the 2013 tour and outreach which energized more than 10,000 Ontario youth to defend human rights and fight for migrant worker justice.

 
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S.A.M.E calls out to students looking to make a difference this summer!

Summer is officially here and that means it's time for S.A.M.E. volunteer season!

S.A.M.E. (Students Against Migrant Exploitation) is quickly gearing up for what promises to be its most active and action-packed summer ever. Following up on a momentous springtime province-wide tour, S.A.M.E. is now launching a series of summer events in cities across Southern Ontario.

 
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S.A.M.E. activists bring migrant awareness to thousands of students

Toronto – June 21, 2013 - In many regards the 2012-2013 school year was an historic milestone for S.A.M.E. (Students Against Migrant Exploitation). Among the many accomplishments for the organization, now in its fourth year, was the total number of students that were engaged through presentations and online campaigns: more than 7,500 students altogether!

 

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