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Project Assistant

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Background The project is implemented with funding support from Arbeiterwohlfahrt International, e.V. (AWO International) Regional Office-Southeast Asia.  Launched on September 1, 2021, the Project aims to strengthen detection mechanisms to improve protection for Overseas Filipino Workers, by revising protocols for detection, increase access to ethical recruitment channels, establish digital referral windows for trafficking and illegal […]

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Consultant – Graphic Designer

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BackgroundThe project is implemented in partnership with Arbeiterwohlfahrt International, e.V. (AWO International) Regional Office-Southeast Asia, and was launched on September 1, 2021. It aims to strengthen detection mechanisms to screen overseas Filipino workers, who are leaving through illegal and unsafe situations in various levels by revising protocols for detection, increase access to ethical recruitment channels, […]

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Consultant – Module Developer for the Training and Orientation of Revised Screening and Detection Protocols for OFWs

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BackgroundThe project is implemented in partnership with Arbeiterwohlfahrt International, e.V. (AWO International) Regional Office-Southeast Asia, and was launched on September 1, 2021. It aims to strengthen detection mechanisms to screen overseas Filipino workers, who are leaving through illegal and unsafe situations in various levels by revising protocols for detection, increase access to ethical recruitment channels, […]

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Layout Artist

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The Blas F. Ople Policy Center and Training Institute Inc. in partnership with the International Organization for Migration (IOM)is implementing a project entitled, “Aligning Lenses Towards Ethical Recruitment” or ALTER with the International Organization of Migration, Diginex and the International Tourism Partnership. The project seeks to reduce the prevalence of human trafficking and labor exploitation […]

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Graphic Artist

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The Blas F. Ople Policy Center and Training institute, Inc.  is implementing the PROACT Project aimed at mobilizing support from among Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) themselves on key policy reforms that would sustain and enhance good practices in facilitating access to justice and reintegration services for trafficked OFWs.  The project […]

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ICMS Tech Developer

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BackgroundThe project is implemented in partnership with Arbeiterwohlfahrt International, e.V. (AWO International) Regional Office-Southeast Asia, and was launched on September 1, 2021. It aims to strengthen detection mechanisms to screen overseas Filipino workers, who are leaving through illegal and unsafe situations in various levels by revising protocols for detection, increase access to ethical recruitment channels, […]

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THE OPLE CENTER AND PARTNERS ‘Saving a traffic victim not enough, She should be given a productive, new life’

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By Riza Ramirez-Flores, Social Worker One of the major components for the recovery of victim-survivors of severe exploitation and violence abroad is social and economic reintegration, which includes programs for psychosocial support and counseling, as well as life skills, livelihood training and employment in sustainable jobs. The Blas F. Ople Policy Center and Training Institute […]

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All set for Europe, she landed in Kurdistan

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By Jennifer Rivera-Sespene GRACIA was 42 years old when she was promised a job in Europe as a household worker with a salary of US$400, equivalent to PhP 18,000, which was twice the amount of anyone with a similar job in the Philippines. She left her hometown in Bulacan on March 29, 2018. To her surprise, she ended […]