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Tag Archives: Philippines
Thursday late afternoon, the International Migrants’ Alliance (IMA) organized a counter-GFMD protest in front of “The Chair” at the Palais des Nations. Migrants living in Switzerland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany and Italy opposed the GFMD agenda and called for the … Continue reading
If you came to this page because I linked the blog in my article, this is obviously old news to you – otherwise, may I point out my article on the Mexican GFMD which will appear in the upcoming issue of … Continue reading
Plenty of acronyms, I know, but what this means, is: Unlike the last 3 years, this coming week in Geneva no International Assembly of Migrants and Refugees (IAMR) will be held during the GFMD. Instead, the International Migrants’ Alliance (IMA) will … Continue reading
The last of this year’s GFMD thematic meetings has just been held (a workshop on migration profiles in Manila), and it is less than a month from now that the “concluding debate” will take place in Geneva. With the program … Continue reading
What is globalization? Maybe entering an unassuming but beautiful, tucked away house in Colonia del Valle, Mexico D.F., and immediately running into several activists and researchers one knows from stays in the Philippines and Hong Kong, is part of it…
The good news first: The International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families (MCW) has managed to receive its 44th ratification on October 29 this year. The not exactly bad but definitely … Continue reading