Today, Filipino migrants in Europe join the march of thousands of workers to condemn the inhumane condition and continued violence, harassment, and killings committed by the state forces against the workers and the Filipino people who strongly demand their basic human and labor rights and oppose the anti-people and anti-labor policies of the Philippine government.
On 10-11 February, the Executive Committee of Migrante Europe held a highly successful meeting in Hamburg. The meeting addressed organizational matters to strengthen and...
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The postal voting to be implemented by the COMELEC for overseas Filipino workers in Europe during the Mid-Term Election is strongly protested by Migrante Europe.