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FSI CC 2015-15: Mi Figue, Mi Raisin: The Filipinos' Culture of Migration In the Age of Globalization

Increased globalization has further facilitated a strong culture of labor migration in the Philippines. While the Philippine government has made efforts to lionize exponentially increasing overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) abroad, it is imperative that it also acknowledge labor migration as a policy for development in order to improve the welfare of Philippine labor migrants and maximize opportunities from our culture of migration.

Foreign Service Institute
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Estrada, Edwin S.; labor migration; Globalization research; OFW;
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