Thursday, October 19, 2017

Campaigns

Filipino migrants’ alliance Migrante-Europe today expressed their strong disapproval of the new identification card to be issued by the Philippines’ Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) to overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), saying that the IDs will not be issued free of charge, contrary to previous DOLE statements.
Nothing About Us, Without Us! Migrants and refugees from Europe and around the world will hold the SPEAK OUT STREET EVENT on Wednesday, 28 June, in Berlin, Germany, as a counter-action to the UN Global Forum on Migration...
Nagkakaisang Pilipino sa Pransya Pahayag ng Pakikiisa May 27, 2017 Kaming mga migrante dito sa Pransya ay nagpapaabot ng simpatiya at pakikiisa sa mamamayan ng Marawi at sa buong sambayanang Pilipino. Malayo man sa bansang Pilipinas, hindi maalis ang aming pangamba para...
Migrant Filipinos in Europe strongly rejected the announcement on Thursday of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) that new passports with a 10-year validity will be twice as expensive as current passport fees.
It was 3am in Paris when I encountered an article entitled “Now, Kadamay Wants Water, Power with Free Houses” published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer at 12:42 AM April 21, 2017 that seemed to be very insinuating. As I...
Migrante Europe today expressed optimism on the resolution of the roots of the armed conflict in the Philippines, after the 4th Round of formal peace talks between the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) and the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) was concluded on an upbeat note on 6 April, in the seaside town of Noordwijk, in the Netherlands.
Press Statement Migrante Europe today expressed strong disapproval on the announcement of state-run Social Security System to impose mandatory membership and membership payments of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). SSS president and chief executive Emmanuel F. Dooc made the announcement last weekend,...
Migrante Europe and its members across Europe will organize protest actions and pickets to call for justice and clemency for Jennifer Dalquez and for all unjustly jailed Filipinos around the globe, particularly in the Middle East.
With the government accumulated PhP5 billion from unreimbursed terminal fees, about PhP19 billion for the OWWA fund, and US$28 billion a year from the remittances of Filipino migrant workers, we have high hopes that these amounts will be translated into more concrete programs and services for the benefit of OFWs.
Migrante chapters from different cities in Italy and Italian organizations in solidarity with the Filipino people’s struggles and concerns organized a mobilization in support of the GRP-NDFP peacetalks yesterday, January 22, 2017 at Piazza delle Esquilino in Rome, Italy.

Campaigns