Browsing: Archive for July, 2017

Taking Flight: The Plight of the OFWs in their Own Home (Part 2) by Michelle Lado

Photo from Bulatlat.com   LABOR EXPORT POLICY The Philippine Government has taken upon itself to deploy Filipino workers as early as the 1970s through the Labor Export Policy program. It started in the pre-Martial Law days


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Taking Flight: The Plight of the OFWs in Their Own Home (Part 1) by Michelle Lado

June 30—It was a day of a gathering-celebration for Jennifer Dalquez at the Lord of the Risen Church in UP Diliman. It was organized by Migrante, a militant OFW organization which marched earlier that day in


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APMM Reflective Journal

By Nikki Last year, Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul was packed with hundreds of thousands of people rallying over the impeachment of president Park Geun-hye. The Korean Constitutional Court upheld the motion and the president’s dismissal


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Journal Article I: The Integration Experience

By Humaira Qamar Sundays. Everyone was home. Catching up on some sleep. Snoozing in a little past after noon. We would slowly arrive at the kitchen one by one. And had the appetite to chow down


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APMM Journal Reflection

By Kathleen Mae Magramo “Oh you’re Filipino? Is your mother a domestic helper like my ‘jiejie’?” – a lot of curious children who I teach in my part time job ask me this. And the answer


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