Solidarity Links


Center for Migrant Advocacy
CMA is an organization that advocates for the rights of Filipino migrants everywhere - whether they are land based or sea-based migrants and Filipino immigrants or permanent residents and their families.

Cordillera Conservation Trust
Sustainable Solutions for the Cordillera Mountains

Inside Mindanao Internet Radio
Inside Mindanao Internet Radio features music from Mindanao artists, radio plugs on Mindanao social issues, and news from Mindanao.

Philippine Migrants Rights Watch
The Philippine Migrants Rights Watch is a registred civil society network that was established in 1995 to encourage the recognition, protection and fulfillment of Filipino migrants' rights - both in the Philippines and abroad during the entire migration process.

Philippine-European Solidarity Centre (PESC-KSP)
PESC-KSP supports the efforts of the Philippine peoples organizations and NGOs to build a just and sustainable society in the Philippines.

Project Respect
Project Respect was established in late 1998 to work with women and girls in the sex industry, and began direct service work in March 2000. We focus on the most isolated and difficult parts of the sex industry, and areas where no other services operate. We have a particular focus on women trafficked to Australia for prostitution, and other women experiencing harm and violence within the sex industry.

Transnational Institute
The Transnational Institute was founded in 1974 as a worldwide fellowship of committed scholar-activists. It was one of the first research institutes established to be transnational in name, composition, orientation and focus.

Institute for Popular Democracy
The Institute for Popular Democracy (IPD) is a political and economic research and advocacy organization serving social movement groups, NGOs in development work, and progressive local government officials. Since its inception in 1987, it has undertaken cutting-edge research on Philippine elites, elections, local politics and democratization processes.

    Amnesty International Australia
Human Rights Defenders.

Coalition Against Trafficking in Women - Asia Pacific (CATWAP)
Promoting women's human rights. Protesting sexual exploitation.
The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-Asia Pacific is an international network of feminist groups, organizations and individuals fighting the sexual exploitation of women globally.
Sexual exploitation - especially prostitution and trafficking - violates women's human rights and is a severe form of discrimination. CATW brings international attention to trafficking in women and girls, prostitution, pornography, sex tourism and bride selling. CATW has a CONSULTATIVE STATUS II under the UN Economic and Social Council since 1989

Polaris Project
Combating trafficking in women and children.

ECPAT International
ECPAT was originally established as a campaign to end child prostitution in Asian tourism by a group of NGO workers and other concerned individuals in 1990. In 1996 ECPAT evaluated the previous five years of its work and recognised that, while it's activities had been very successful at publicising and mobilising action on the situation of child sex tourism in Asia, the commercial sexual exploitation of children was a growing global phenomena which takes many forms. The Executive Committee of ECPAT then decided to widen the scope of its work to encompass the issues of child pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes and to broaden its focus to become an international campaign.

Filipino/American Coalition for Environmental Solutions (FACES)
FACES envisions an interconnected world where people are healthy and free to realize their potential through cooperation and solidarity. We aspire for communities that are accountable for the safety and well-being of each other and Mother Earth. We hope for a world where people respect the interdependence of species, protect and preserve the resources of the environment, and sustain all living creatures for present and future generations.

Asia-Pacific Solidarity Coalition
APCET is a member of the International Federation for East Timor (IFET)

Initiatives for International Dialogue
IID envisions a world where peace, justice, freedom and democracy reign. Where nations and peoples are sovereign but interdependent, their interactions guided by the ethics and principles of equality, respect and self-determination. Where peoples have become truly independent. Where there is a new global order characterized by democracy, equality, justice and humane living.

Asia Monitor Resourcer Center (AMRC)
Asia Monitor Resource Center (AMRC) is an independent non-government organization (NGO) which focuses on Asian labour concerns. The center's main goal is to support democratic and independent labour movements in Asia. In order to achieve this goal, AMRC upholds the principles of workers' empowerment and gender consciousness, and follows a participatory framework.

Global Network - Asia
An Alliance of Trade Unions and Labor NGOs in Asia.

Third World Studies Center, University of the Philippines
New perspectives on Philippine, regional and global concerns.

Global Learning Centre of Queensland
The Global Learning Centre aims to promote understanding of people's shared responsibilities for developing more peaceful, just and ecologically sustainable communities in our world.

The Merlinda Bobis Web Site
prose - fiction - poetry - performance

Infoxchange Australia
Technology for Social Justice.

Griffith University Multi-Faith Centre
The Centre offers programs that encourage engagement with, education for and research in inter-faith dialogue toward the building of a culture of peace.