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At Damayan, 2014 in is in full swing. Join us at our annual General Assembly as we move forward intoRead more
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) allows certain Filipino nationals in the US to: Remain legally in the U.S. even if he/sheRead more
Honorees: Community Development Project of Urban Justice Center Anti-Trafficking Program of Safe Horizon Karen Prudente, United Methodist Women With performancesRead more
Are you an immigrant or second-generation Filipino youth who has a strong interest in helping the Filipino community and considering a career in community organizing? Are you excited about being part of a robust Filipino worker-youth grassroots organizing to access basic immigrant workers and youth services and help in building the mutual aid and empowermentRead more
Damayan is so honored to be able to work with Neha Gautam on her film “Juana“, about Damayan Board member Juana Dwyer, a Filipina domestic worker and survivor of labor trafficking and domestic violence. Please join us at the film screening: “Juana“ Queens World Film Festival Saturday, March 8, 11:15am PS 69 Jackson Heights 77-02Read more
The Damayan Board of Directors for 2014-15 has just just been elected at the recently concluded Damayan 11th General Assembly (GA). Composed of nine members, the Damayan Board is the highest decision-making body in-between GAs. It implements Damayan’s mission, unities and GA resolutions through the monthly board meetings. Board members have a two-year tenure. AnyRead more
Balitang America’s Monette Rivera reports about the family reunification of Damayan’s trafficking survivor-leaders and their children. Damayan stands for the reunification of ALL families shattered by forced migration due to poverty and unemployment in the Philippines. #damayanfamilies #baklas #damayanngkabataanRead more