Migrants are commonly seen as both unwanted intruders and powerless victims, but Laura Agustin own ideas work to break down this duality and think about power in different ways. Laura Agustín writes as a lifelong migrant and sometime worker in both nongovernmental and academic projects about sex, travel and work.
AMC operates as a monitoring, research, information, publishing, training, support and action center dedicated to the promotion of the human rights and empowerment of migrant workers and their families in Asia.
Calcutta Research Group
They work in the scholar-activist world for its policy studies on autonomy, human rights, women’s dignity, issues of forced displacement and migration, peace and conflict resolution, citizenship, borders and border-conflicts, and other themes relevant to democracy. India.
Institute for Migration and Development Issues (IMDI)
The Institute for Migration and Development is a nonprofit thinktank that does policy research, advocacy, networking, and development journalism on international migration and development issues in the Philippines
Kanlungan Centre Foundation
The Centre strives to work towards the attainment of redress, justice and empowerment for Filipino/a migrant workers.
International women's human rights organization that works in partnership with community-based women's organizations worldwide to address issues of health and reproductive rights, economic development, education, and other human rights.
Migrant Forum in Asia - MFA
MFA is a regional network of non-government organizations (NGOs), associations and trade unions of migrant workers, and individual advocates in Asia that are committed to protect and promote the rights and welfare of migrant workers.
Online resourches for migrant workers. Migrants.net is the homepage of the Mission for Filipino Migrant Workers. MFMW is a migrant-serving institution established in Hong Kong on 3 March 1981. It is an ecumenical institution assisting migrant workers who are in distress. Concomitantly, the Mission works and supports efforts for the recognition and respect for the rights and well-being of migrant workers and articulates this within the larger community.
Southern African Migration Project
Research, policy and training programme designed to facilitate the formulation and implementation of new initiatives on cross-border population migration in the region.
For its annual report on the European borders, Migreurop has chosen to emphasize three main steps of the fights led by the authorities against the candidates to migration: the controls of their movements, detention and deportation. Denouncing the « externalization » process of the European union migratory policy, Migreurop shows how third countries are obliged, through the threat of the reconsideration of cooperation agreements and development aid, not only to readmit the migrants chased from Europe, but also to keep them on their own territory from travelling towards its doors.