The online survey was conducted by the Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants among Filipinos living and working in Thailand from April 14 to 28, 2020. Thailand-based organizations and individuals helped in circulating the online survey,…Read More
Migrante Australia has launched a “Damayang Migrante” (can be translated to “compassionate action” or “we are in this together”) after several migrant workers, international students and other struggling members of our community, raised their hardship…Read More
We Demand Humanitarian Behavior, Not Hatred With Migrants (Dhaka/Bangladesh, 30 March 2020) –The Films 4 Peace Foundation, together with the BASUG -Diaspora and Development, BOMSA, INFAI Bangladesh, CWCS Bangladesh, BOAF and the undersigned organisations, are…Read More
This paper is released by Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM) to share its position and analysis on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting migrants, particularly in the region; how migrant organisations and advocates can…Read More
Joint Statement by Filipino Organizations in Asia Pacific on the Duterte Government's Response on OFW Concerns during the COVID-19 Crisis We, Filipino workers in various countries in the Asia-Pacific region, come together in this statement…Read More
The APMM and Films4Peace Foundation released an online survey looking in to the situation and needs of Bangladeshi migrants during the pandemic. The online survey is in Bangla. Here is the survey link.
An online survey for migrant Filipinos living and working in Thailand was released 13th of April. The online survey is in Tagalog. Here is the survey link.
The COVID-19 Migrant Monitor is an urgent action campaign providing timely and appropriate information relating to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and its impact on migrants.
Constituting the COVID-19 Migrant Monitor are:
Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM) is a regional migrant centre that conducts advocacy, education, research, organizing and capacity building works towards strengthening the grassroots movement of migrants in the Asia Pacific.
Established in 1984, the APMM has worked with grassroots migrant organizations, faith-based institutions, service providers and advocates across Asia Pacific and the Middle East for the empowerment of migrants.