MIGRANTE International (MI)
Jan 1992, as Alliance of Overseas Filipinos in Asia, Pacific and Middle East (MIGRANTE), by G-XN5125 - Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM). Restructured under the name of MIGRANTE - International Alliance of Filipino Migrant Workers (MIGRANTE International) at 'founding congress', 17-20 Mar 1996, Manila (Philippines), following decision of international consultation meeting, 17-21 Dec 1995, Silang Cavite (Philippines).
Uphold the dignity of migrant workers; promote migrants' rights against discrimination, exploitation and abuse; assert the right to organize; strengthen unity among Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and organize their families; push for building of a self-reliant economy to stop forced migration and work for the scrapping of government initiated labour export policy; build solidarity with migrant organizations of other nationalities.
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