Who We Are

The Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM) is a regional center committed to supporting the migrant movement through advocacy, organizing and building linkages for the advancement of migrants’ rights.
Established in 1984, the APMM conducts research, trainings and conferences, advocacy and lobbying side by side migrant organizations in Asia Pacific and the Middle East to defend migrants’ rights, strengthen links and solidarity among them and with their local counterparts, and address the root causes of forced migration.
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Our Programmes

Core Programs


Advocacy and campaigns

Education and research

Organizing and networking

Women's program

Themes


Development and forced migration

Domestic work as work

Marriage migrants

Undocumented migrants

Migrant trade unionism

Get Involved

Volunteer
Volunteer
We welcome interns and volunteers willing to work on the issue of migration and with migrant workers.
Donate
Donate
We hope you find our work rewarding. If you like, please make a contribution to the ongoing efforts of our work.
Advocate
Advocate
We support campaigns of migrants and advocate for their inclusion in processes like the Global Compact on Migration.

Upcoming Events

20
May 2020

7th Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development (Online Platform)


20 May 2020
Virtual
The 7th Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development will go virtual tomorrow, May 20, 9:00AM - 3:30PM (Bangkok time). You can watch it live on Youtube through this link.
22
May 2020

Webinar: Ramadan during COVID-19 Pandemic


22 May 2020, 2PM HK time
Virtual
Our Muslim brothers and sisters from Indonesia, Philippines and Malaysia will share on the state of Muslim communities observing the Ramadan during the COVID-19 pandemic. Register in advance for this webinar by going to this link.
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In this first of a series of web interviews, APMM talks to Pervez Siddiqui of Films4Peace Foundation to talk about how Bangladeshi migrants are during the pandemic. The video is in Bangla.

Here is the results of the online survey conducted by the APMM among Filipinos living and working in Thailand during the COVID-19 pandemic. A separate statement on the results has also been

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This is the statement of the APMM on the online survey it has conducted among Filipinos living and working in Thailand when the COVID-19 pandemic happened. The results of the online survey is in

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Founded in 1984, the APMM is a registered non-profit limited company with charitable status in Hong Kong. 

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