Countries struggling to handle refugees may find wisdom in making them part of local societies' economic sector, says Refugee Studies Centre Director Alexander Betts.
Currently, the landscape to help overseas Filipinos and their families had expanded: from NGOs and OFW-aligned government agencies to bank and non-bank financial institutions, non-migrant management government agencies, to even companies wanting a slice of the resources of overseas Filipinos. But the Philippines remains skilled at managing labor outflow, not yet at maximizing migration’s development potential.
With new five-year PHL dev’t plan and droves of returnees, gov’t rethinks reintegration
  • Migration journalism is the Consortium’s focus.
  • Housed previously under an NGO, the Consortium became independent in September 2003.
  • Donors from Netherlands, Germany and the Philippines had supported the Consortium.
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