Philippine Migration Resources

International and Local Journalism Migration Networks

  1. Ako ay Pilipino – Newspaper for the Filipino community in Italy
  2. InfoMigrants – Migrant website by three major media sources from France, Germany, and Italy.
  3. Migrantes de otro mundo (Migrants from Another World) – Collaboration of 24 media organizations based in 14 countries to track migration in Latin America.
  4. Migration News – Global news website with news categorized by region. However the latest issue is from October 2014.
  5. OFW Journalism Consortium
  6. The Migrant Files – Consortium of journalists from over 15 European countries.
  7. The Migrant Newsletter – Newsletter of Filipino migrants in Germany
  8. Via Times Newsmagazine – a newsmagazine for the US-Filipino community in the Greater Chicago area

Resources on Philippine Migration and Migration Reporting

  1. Abad, R., DeJong, G., & Root, B. (1986). Family Reunification and Philippine Migration to the United States: The Immigrants’ Perspective. The International Migration Review, 20 (3), 598-611.
  2. Baizán, P., Creighton, M., Liu, M., & Riosmena, F. (2016). Prospects for the Comparative Study of International Migration Using Quasi-Longitudinal Micro-Data. Demographic Research, 35, 745-782.
  3. Basa, C., De Guzman, V. & Marchetti, S. (2012). International Migration and Over-indebtedness: the Case of Filipino Workers in Italy. International Institute for Environment and Development.
  4. Battistella, G. (1999). Philippine Migration Policy: Dilemmas of a Crisis. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 14 (1), 229-248.
  5. Cruz, R. (2012). Figures of Migration Gender, Kinship, and the Politics of Representation. Philippine Studies: Historical & Ethnographic Viewpoints, 60 (4), 513-554.
  6. Francisco, V. (2009). Moral Mismatch: Narratives of Migration from Immigrant Filipino Women in New York City and the Philippine State. Philippine Sociological Review, 57, 105-135
  7. Hwang, M. (2017). Offloaded: Women’s Sex Work Migration Across the South China Sea and the Gendered Antitrafficking Emigration Policy of the Philippines. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 45 (1/2), 131-147.
  8. Keely, C. (1973). Philippine Migration: Internal Movements and Emigration to the United States. The International Migration Review 7 (2), 177-187.
  9. Liu, J, Ong, P. & Rosenstein, C. (1991). Dual Chain Migration: Post-1965 Filipino Immigration to the United States. The International Migration Review, 25 (3), 487-513.
  10. Opiniano, Jeremiah. (2019). Reporting on International Migration. In A. Luce, Ethical Reporting of Sensitive Topics. Routledge.
  11. Ortiga, Yasmin. (2018). Learning to Fill the Labor Niche: Filipino Nursing Graduates and the Risk of the Migration Trap. The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences: New Immigrant Labor Market Niches, 4(1), 172-187.
  12. Reiterer, G. (1973). Filipino Austrians: Transforming Identities and Changing Selfhood Under Conditions of Migration. Philippine Sociological Review 56, 36-55.
  13. Rodriguez, R. (2008). The Labor Brokerage State and the Globalization of Filipina Care Workers. Signs, 33 (4), 794-800.
  14. Rodriguez, R. (2011). Philippine Migrant Workers’ Transnationalism in the Middle East. International Labor and Working-Class History, 79, 48-61.
  15. Seemann, B. and Fischer, M. (2015). The Philippine Diaspora: Between American Dream and Serfdom. In G. Wahlers, From the Report Migration and Refugees. Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.
  16. World Bank Group. (2008). Managing Migration: Lessons from the Philippines. World Bank.

Resources on Philippine Migration and Migration Reporting

  1. Asian Migrant Centre
  2. Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants
  3. Big Data for Migration Alliance
  4. Commission on Filipinos Overseas
  5. Council of Europe (COE)
  6. Ethical Trading Initiative
  7. European Commission
  8. Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development (KNOMAD)
  9. Global Migration Centre (GMC)
  10. Global Migration Group
  11. Humanity United
  12. Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM)
  13. International Centre for Migration Policy Development
  14. Internal Displacement Monitoring Center
  15. International Federation of Journalists
  16. International Migration Initiative
  17. International Labour Organization (ILO)
  18. International Organization for Migration (IOM)
  19. International Migration Organization
  20. International Trade Union Confederation
  21. Mekong Migration Network
  22. Migrante International
  23. Migrant Forum in Asia
  24. Migration Policy Institute
  25. National Reintegration Center for OFWs
  26. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
  27. Overseas Workers Welfare Administration
  28. National Maritime Polytechnic
  29. Philippine Migration Research Network
  30. Philippine Overseas Employment Administration
  31. Philippine Overseas Labor Office, Department of Labor and Employment
  32. Philippine Statistics Authority
  33. Red Cross Global Campaign on Migration
  34. Responsible Business Alliance
  35. Scalabrini Migration Center
  36. The Asia Foundation
  37. United Nations Alliance of Civilizations
  38. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
  39. United Nations Development Program
  40. United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
  41. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
  42. United Nations Network on Migration
  43. United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR)
  44. United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in the Philippines
  45. United Nations Secretariat Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA)
  46. United Nations University (UNU) Migration Network
  47. World Bank Group
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