Migrant students are often affected by what happens in their home countries. We understand that when advocating for Migrant Students, it is essential to be in solidarity with their home communities. We are here if you would like to share, and we can offer advice and support with any solidarity actions you would like to take.
Supported Activism by/in Collaboration with SFU student associations
These are recent solidarity letters that were written by SFU students to show solidarity with communities outside of what we call 'Canada'.
TSSU Solidarity and Social Justice Committee (SSJC)
- Solidarity with teachers in Iran
Solidarity with organizations affected by the Mega Dam Hidroituango in Columbia - Rios Vivos
Interview with Milena Florez from Rios Vivos, written by TSSU Solidarity and Social Justice Committee member Natalia Pérez
Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS)
Reach out to the Solidarity and Social Justice Committee at email@example.com to let us know about what is happening in your country of origin.