Friday, July 23, 2021

COMELEC Resolution No. 10709: Establishing Online or Virtual Processes for Frontline Services of the Office for Overseas Voting (OFOV)...

The Philippine Migrants Rights Watch (PMRW) presents COMELEC's Resolution No. 10709: "Establishing Online or Virtual Processes for Frontline Services of the Office for Overseas Voting (OFOV) in relation to the Conduct of Continuing Overseas Voting Registration and Other Preparatory Activities for the 2022 National & Local Elections."

In this resolution, the OFOV has been authorized to receive and process certain types of applications or transactions through online means, from overseas Filipinos that already have existing voters' registration records with complete biometric data in the Commission's voter record database.

The PMRW conducted earlier an information webinar on Overseas Voting for the 2022 National Elections last July 9, 2021 with resource persons from the COMELEC and the Department of Foreign Affairs.



Monday, July 19, 2021

The Migrant Watch June 2021 Issue

 We are pleased to share with you the June 2021 issue of our newsletter, The Migrant Watch.


In this issue, we have the following articles:

  • PMRW Maintains Stance: We Don't Need DOFMW
  • DAWN & British Embassy Manila Conduct Psychosocial and Economic Support Webinars to Migrant Women in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • 2020 Month of Overseas Filipinos Celebration Highlights COVID-19 Relief Assistance to OFWs
  • PMHN Tackles Health Issues of Migrants During COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Huge Gender Gap Persissts in the Maritime Industry
  • Rendezvous with Pope Francis During the Pandemic
  • Resources for OFWs
  • Stories of Survival: Women Migrant Workers as Agents of their Own Change
  • Stella Maris-Manila & Scalabrini Center One Year of Lockdown-Quarantine
  • In Memorian: Jigger S. Latoza