The Philippines has more than 8 million of its citizens spread all over the world, in more than 190 countries. The government established an official labour export programme which transforms every year around one million of its citizens into migrants. They leave their country for the sake of improving their life and the life of their families. A report from Manila by Caroline Ausserer and Rutch Reichstein.
Si è tenuto recentemente a Roma il Convegno Internazionale “Il ruolo dell’educatore alla pari nel supporto ai giovani migranti e rom”. Intervista di Mario Calvagno e Carmen Zammataro a Carlotta Sami, direttrice Programmi di Save the Children Italia, rilasciata nell'ambito dell'"Ornitorinco" - Magazine di Radio KJOI Roma. 104.8 FM http://www.radiovocedellasperanza.it/roma.php.
Audio commentary by Human Rights Watch expressing concerns about an UAE draft labor law published by country’s labor ministry last February. In 2006, an in-depth investigation by Human Rights Watch exposed startling evidence of serious abuses among construction workers in the UAE, most of who are migrants from Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka.
Tens of thousands of West Africans risking their lives on the treacherous journey in exchange for the chance to find work in Spain. A contribution produced by Ndiaga Seck for AMARC campaignRadio Voices Without Frontiers 2007.
Radio 1812 is an initiative launched by December 18 in 2006. It is a global event that brings together migrant groups and radios from around the world to produce, broadcast and share programmes celebrating the achievements and highlighting the concerns of migrants worldwide. Click here to download the progress report.