Sustainable Development Goals and Philippinesnd ph fina The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 goals set by the UN that are designed to combat the world’s most pressing issues. Through the goals, the UN intends to end poverty and hunger, combat inequalities, protect the planet, and encourage sustainable economic growth & prosperity.… Continue reading The Post- 2015 Development Agenda, Migration & the Philippines
HSW Policy Reform Assessment - Final This research recommends that the identified gaps are addressed by the relevant party i.e., HSW, government agency, recruitment agency, counterpart recruitment agency, civil society organization, or employer, in order to strengthen the implementation of the policy and corresponding programs, as well as establish mechanisms for monitoring and evaluation with… Continue reading HSW Policy Reform Assessment
The Center for Migrant Advocacy posted the latest report on the Round Table Discussion on Philippine Migration to Australia on its website. In coordination with the Commission on Filipinos Overseas, CMA hosted a full day forum on Australian migration policies and domestic violence. The morning session included presentations on Australian migration policies and the amendment to… Continue reading RTD Philippine migration to Australia report
The Financial Express Tourists from South Asian countries including Bangladesh that export labour to the UAE (United Arab Emirates) will require a university degree to get a visa, reported an international news agency quoted the Gulf News daily Tuesday. Electricians, pipe fitters, masons, farmers, drivers, tailors and cleaners from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and… Continue reading UAE Visa Requires University Degree
By Grace Chang Originally published in Race-Talk; a blog written by the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University Recently in U.S. media and public policy discourses alike, the term “human trafficking” has become synonymous with “trafficking into sex work,” and this, in turn, has been equated with “sexual… Continue reading Women and children first?
Greetings from Migrant Forum in Asia. We are pleased to inform you that online registration for the 5th World Social Forum on Migrations (WSFM) is now open. To register please visit: http://www.wsfm2012.org/register When you register, please be reminded of the following: A nominal registration fee is required to ensure your participation to the WSFM. The fees will… Continue reading WSF 2012
20 senators, without abstentions, voted to concur with the ratification of the ILO Convention 189 (Decent work for domestic workers) around 3:35 this afternoon. (Pres. Aquino signed its ratification on May 18, 2012, but this requires Senate concurrence.) Chandra Merry, our intern from CAPI/ Canada and I witnessed this fruit of our years of lobbying… Continue reading Senate concurs to ratify the ILO Convention 189 (Decent work for domestic workers)