Our Networks

The APMM establishes partnership with organizations, institutions, faith groups and other networks for the purpose of advancing the rights and welfare of migrant workers and their families.

It has also helped in the establishment of Migrante International and the International Migrants Alliance (IMA). Established in 1996, Migrante International is a global alliance of Filipino migrant organizations while the IMA (established 2008) is the first global alliance of grassroots organizations of migrants, refugees and displaced peoples. Currently, the APMM is secretariat for the IMA.

APMM is an active member of the following organizations/networks:

International

Anglican Communion Refugee & Migrant Network

Campaign for Peoples’ Goals for Sustainable Development (CPGSD)

Churches Witnessing with Migrants (CWWM)

CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE)

International Anglican Family Network (IAFN)

International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP)

International Migrants Alliance (IMA)

International Women’s Alliance (IWA)

Our World is Not for Sale (OWINFS)

Peoples Movement on Climate Change

Reality of Aid (ROA)

World Association for Christian Communication (WACC)

Regional

Action Network for Marriage Migrants Rights and Empowerment (AMMORE)

Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)

Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN)

Interfaith Network for the Rights of Migrants(INFORM)

Regional CSO Engagement Mechanism (RCEM)

United for Foreign Domestic Workers Rights (UFDWR)

And in Partnership with:

Asia Pacific Students and Youth Association (ASA)

Bread for the World (Germany)

Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany – Centre for Global Ministries and Ecumenical Relations (Germany)

Evangelisches Missionswerk in Deutschland (EMW, Germany)

General Board of the Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church (USA)

Hao Ran Foundation (Taiwan)

Kairos Canada (Canada)

National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP, Philippines)

Pesticide Action Network – Asia Pacific (PANAP)

Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea (PROK, South Korea)

Presbyterian Church of Korea (PCK, South Korea)

Presbyterian Church of Taiwan (PCT, Taiwan)

Shih Hsin University Graduate Institute for Social Transformation Studies (Taiwan)

St. John’s Cathedral (Hong Kong)

Taiwan Foundation for Democracy (Taiwan)

The Karibu Foundation (Norway)

United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP, Philippines)

United Methodist Women (USA)

Women’s World Day of Prayer (WWDP) – German Committee (Germany)