Ang Nararapat Para sa Manggagawang Pilipino

Center for Migrant Advocacy Statement for May 01, 2019 – Labor Day Seguridad at kaligtasan! Makataong pasahod! Disenteng trabaho! Makabuluhang hustisya! Kalayaang magpasiya para sa sarili! Dignidad at kabuhayan! Ito ang nararapat para sa manggagawang Pilipino, HINDI CHACHA! Mapa-dito man o sa ibang bansa, respeto at pagkilala sa mga batayang karapatan ng mga manggagawa angContinue reading “Ang Nararapat Para sa Manggagawang Pilipino”

CMA reminisces the past 15 years through new book

29 March 2019, Quezon City — Friends and partners of the Center for Migrant Advocacy (CMA) came together to celebrate CMA’s newly published book which celebrates it’s 15 years of service. The book was published in partnership with the Ateneo Working Group on Migration and CCFD Terre Solidaire. Among the book’s contributors are Ms. ElleneContinue reading “CMA reminisces the past 15 years through new book”

Fighting for Migrants’ Rights as Students

By Aaron Tolentino, Patricia Jose, Anton Reintar. Aaron, Patricia and Anton are interns of CMA who are junior students of Diplomacy and International Relations in the Ateneo de Manila University Did you know, the month of March is recognized as International Women’s Month? Recently, the MRT and LRT offered women free rides to commemorate InternationalContinue reading “Fighting for Migrants’ Rights as Students”

Migrant Group Decries Duterte’s Admission of Abusing Domestic Worker

The Center for Migrant Advocacy denounces the public admission of President Duterte that as a teenager, he sexually abused their family’s “maid”[1]. This is not the first time the President has made remarks that harmed the dignity of women. We, the Center for Migrant Advocacy, strongly believe that such stories–made to sound like a “laughableContinue reading “Migrant Group Decries Duterte’s Admission of Abusing Domestic Worker”