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IACAT, POEA enlists support of recruitment industry in fight against human trafficking


  Leaders and representatives of the land-based recruitment industry will convene an anti-trafficking workshop on Monday (May 11) to discuss and map out plans on how to help the government and other stakeholders in combating human trafficking, notably within the overseas employment sector. Organized by the country’s biggest associations of recruitment agencies led by Elsa Villa of the Philippine Association ... Read More »

Ople Center welcomes Senate review of labor migration policies and laws


A Filipino worker on Indonesia’s death row, hundreds of workers still trap by armed conflict in Yemen, Libya and Syria, medical personnel at risk of infection by the dreaded MERS-CoV virus in Saudi Arabia, abductions of Filipino workers in Libya, an OFW charged with sedition in Singapore, and thousands of OFWs falling victim to human trafficking and illegal recruitment syndicates ... Read More »