OBJECTIVES 1. Have an experience sharing among migrant workers and advocates on their success stories and other stories of empowerment to identify common experiences and learn possible strategies that can be used in taking up issues of wage theft. 2. Empower migrant workers and advocates (such as from civil society, trade unions, and community organizations) in pursuing cases of wage theft and claiming what is owed to them. REGISTRATION: TENTATIVE PROGRAM AGENDA TIME (Manila time, GMT+8) 6:30PM-6:35PM (5 minutes) AGENDA SPEAKER Opening remarks and Introduction Ayessa Nilong, Program Assistant, Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA) 6:35PM-6:45PM (10 minutes) The Struggle towards Justice: The Case of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) from Malaysia Sumitha Kishna Our Journey, Malaysia Lawyers Beyond Borders 6:45PM-7:00PM (15 minutes) Strength in Unity: The collective mobilization of migrant workers from Kerala Parvathy Devi Researcher, Center for Indian Migrant Studies (CIMS, Kerala) Gopakumar Subramanian Namboothiri NSH Ex-Employees Action Council, Protest group of former employees of NSH Saudi Arabia 7:00PM-7:10PM (10 minutes) Empowered in Advocacy: The Story of Returning Filipino migrant workers from Macau 7:10PM-7:20PM (10 minutes) An Unexpected Triumph: Overcoming Injustices during the Pandemic 7:20PM-7:55PM (35 minutes) OPEN FLOOR and Q&A Rowena Lagman Documenter, Center for Migrant Advocacy (CMA, Philippines) and returnee migrant worker from Macau Bikash Dhungana Project Coordinator Pravasi Nepal Coordination Committee (PNCC, Nepal) Nandalal Subedi Returnee migrant worker from Qatar Moderator: Ayessa Nilong, Program Assistant, Migrant Forum in

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