MIGRANTE Ontario Youth

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Celebrating International Migrants’ Day

Posted by anakbayantoronto on December 16, 2010

Saturday, December 18, 2010
3:00-7:00pm
George Brown College, St. James Campus
Centre for Financial Services Education Bldg.
290 Adelaide Street East
3rd Floor, Rm. 303
(Maps:  To location, George Brown College)

Come and join us as we reflect on our collective struggles,
shape our destiny and…

…CELEBRATE our victories as migrant workers and the International Migrant Workers Movement in protecting and advancing our rights

……AFFIRM the principle of self-empowerment of migrant workers, by migrant workers, for migrant workers

…STRENGTHEN the solidarity among all workers: unionized workers, immigrant/migrant workers, workers without jobs

CULTURAL PERFORMANCES:
Dance, Theatre, Skits, Music, Songs, Painting, Photo Exhibits!!

CONVERSATION CIRCLES ON:
* our collective experience as racialized workers/migrant workers
* causes of global migration with Canada’s immigration policy
* our unity as migrant workers from various sectors/communities
* solidarity between the migrant workers movement and labour unions

Organized by:
Association of Filipino Women Workers | Barrio Nuevo | Caregivers
Action Centre | Coalition for Change | GABRIELA Ontario | George Brown College, Community Worker Program | Justice for Migrant Workers | Labour Education Center/Connecting Struggles Project | Migrante-Ontario | No One is Illegal | Ontario Federation of Labour | Philippine Advocacy Through Arts and Culture | Workers’ Action Centre

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