2005, in the Philippines: Video, camps, workshops, local actions...
Charter for Human Responsibilities and the Bayanihan Compassionate Economy in the Eco-Trade Fair
COALITION OF SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE SMEs in ASIA (CSR SME Asia)
Cultures and Responsibility Workshop
Plans for 2006 / 2007
Published on 7 January 2005
The Real Situation of Filipino Migrants in Japan
A Forum entitled The Real Situation of Filipino Migrants in Japan was organized by the Alliance in coordination with the Department of Social Work, College of Social Work and Community Development, University of the Philippines and the Tulong Pinoy Movement. The Department of Social Work was represented by Prof. Mary Lou Alcid, who talked on Overview of Filipino Migrants Overseas. The Tulong Pinoy Movement is an organization of overseas Filipinos who brought in main speaker, Sakura Suganuma, Social Worker and Lecturer, International Social Welfare Studies, Meiji-Gakuin University and Tokyo International University.
The audience of 80 people consisted of urban poor women leaders, students and professionals.
Follow-up activity would be the production of a video that would be aired in an internet channel organized by the Tulong Pinoy Movement. The video will focus on families of Overseas Filipino Workers and on local economic development.
The activity was coordinated by Pinky Cupino of the Alliance, Flora Santos of Sanlakas and Tonette Binsol of Tulong Pinoy Movement.
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