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  • - Describe and Give Example- Palermo Protocol
  • Research as a way to share stories of Filipino Migrant workers and exposeUnder representation of labor trafficking and how it relates to migration and Filipino migrant workers. I hope my research can be a force that will shed light on the intersection between migration and human trafficking, and a platform to bring justice to all migrant workers
  • The Philippines’ Labor Export Policy is a set of laws and regulations set by the Philippine government to encourage its citizens to migrate out of the country and to find work in foreign nations. 2 This allows for overseas Filipino workers to send remittances, a source of income the Philippine government uses as sustenance for its economy. LEP is not only an economic and political force, but a cultural force, where the culture of leaving home is heavily ingrained within the Filipino community. Political, economic, and cultural forceExports workers instead of creating jobsThis allows for overseas Filipino workers to send remittances, a source of income the Philippine government uses as sustenance for its economy. LEP is not only an economic and political force, but a cultural force, where the culture of leaving home is heavily ingrained within the Filipino community.
  • Will accept jobs from recruitment agencies (that even work with PI govt) that promises certain jobs that hopefully alleviate sufferingInstead recruitment agencies ask workers to pay for numerous fees i.e. application fees, processing fees etc…Recruitment agencies traffick workers by creating debt bondage
  • - Not only find themselves trafficked by recruitment agenciesLiving in a country where migrants are not respected or protected by national policies and Immigration reform particular through guest worker programs Plus anti-immigrant sentimet
  • “People Before Profit” discusses how and why Filipino migrant workers have become subject to human trafficking during their migration journeys. Through collecting stories from workers and anti-trafficking advocates across the nation, I explore how and why Filipino migrant workers journey from the Philippines to the United States and analyze what factors facilitate trafficking and exploitation throughout their journey. After assessing the role of trafficking in migration, I shed light on the community-based solutions to combatting human trafficking, from the local level to the global level.
  • Human trafficking class presentation

    1. 1. “PEOPLE BEFORE PROFIT:” HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND ITS (DIS)CONTENTS KATHERINE NASOL
    2. 2. THE PLAN What is Human Trafficking? How does it relate to the API Community? A Case Study: The Trafficking of Filipino Migrant Workers Role Play Activity Next Steps and Solutions
    3. 3. WHAT IS HUMAN TRAFFICKING?
    4. 4. WHAT IS HUMAN TRAFFICKING? The trade and commodification of human beings. Act Means Purpose • • • • • • Threats • Deception • Physical and Verbal Abuse • Other abuses of power • • • • Recruitment Transportation Transfer Harbouring Receipt of persons Slavery Forced labor Prostitution Sexual exploitation
    5. 5. HOW DOES HUMAN TRAFFICKING RELATE TO THE API COMMUNITY?
    6. 6. HEARING THE UNHEARD Learning from the experiences of Filipino Migrant Workers
    7. 7. The Philippines’ Labor Export Policy is a set of laws and regulations set by the Philippine government to encourage its citizens to migrate out of the country and to find work in foreign nations. WITHIN THE PHILIPPINE CONTEXT: LABOR EXPORT POLICY
    8. 8. CONNECTING LEP TO TRAFFICKING
    9. 9. US AND RACIALIZED LABOR How US labor and immigration policies intersects with human trafficking.
    10. 10. 1. Act out your group scene! 2. Performing group will discuss how it connects to LEP and forced migration! 3. Audience will identify how 3 elements of trafficking are in this situation! ROLE PLAYING ACTIVITY
    11. 11. RESEARCH TOPIC “People Before Profit” discusses how and why Filipino migrant workers have become subject to human trafficking during their migration journeys. Through collecting stories from workers and anti-trafficking advocates across the nation, I explore how and why Filipino migrant workers journey from the Philippines to the United States and analyze what factors facilitate trafficking and exploitation throughout their journey. After assessing the role of trafficking in migration, I shed light on community-based solutions to combatting human trafficking, from the local level to the global level.
    12. 12. “It hurt. I cannot accept it…I am more than a slave” - Lorena FINDINGS
    13. 13. MAJOR FINDINGS The human trafficking of Filipino migrant workers is a result of unjust global and national policies in both the Philippines and the United States that discriminate and abuse migrant workers. These policies affect every part of their migration journey staring from their home country, to their recruitment, exploitation in their workplace, and their treatment and access to services in the United States. Because trafficking is facilitated by large scale policies, the solutions are found and best led by Filipino migrant workers themselves in their local communities.
    14. 14. HOW DO YOU THINK WE CAN COMBAT HUMAN TRAFFICKING?
    15. 15. SERVICES AND ORGANIZATIONALLY Build partnerships between social service agencies and grassroots organizations. Involve migrant workers as leaders for mobilizations and campaigns against recruiters and employers Build support networks amongst migrant workers
    16. 16. Educate the broader public on human trafficking Train local law Enforcement on human trafficking and cultural sensitivity Enforce current labor protection laws like the Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights LOCALLY
    17. 17. NATIONALLY Promote genuine immigration reform. Enforce labor protections for all workers Legalize migrant workers so that they may find their own job opportunities End guest worker and temporary worker programs that bound workers to recruiters and employers
    18. 18. Educate Migrant Workers About Rights and Dangers Before Leaving Home Country End Foreign Labor Recruitment Schemes. Increase social services and job opportunities in the Philippines to end forced migration GLOBALLY

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