27/07/2020 CHR asks gov’t to protect inadequately paid repatriated OFWs amid pandemic | Inquirer News  SECTIONS NEWS  TODAY'S PAPER  Monday, July 27, 2020 OPINION SPORTS LIFESTYLE ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY GLOBAL NATION NATION CHR asks gov’t to protect inadequately paid repatriated OFWs amid pandemic Justice mechanism for deprived workers should be in place, commission says By: Gabriel Pabico Lalu - Reporter / @GabrielLaluINQ INQUIRER.net / 07 11 PM July 22, 2020 MANILA, Philippines — The government should set-up a justice mechanism EDITORS' PICK for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who were not compensated properly MOST READ BUSINESS Jollibee Group designates hygiene ambassadors in stores to implement stricter safety protocols before they were repatriated due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) said on Wednesday. According to CHR, they support the call by Migrant Forum in Asia, which NEWSINFO Water remains our saving grace right now noted that a high volume of migrant workers have fallen victim to “wage theft”, or when workers were not properly paid for their work as the health crisis ensued. NEWSINFO Duterte won’t submit 2021 budget during SONA — Budget chief ADVERTISEMENT ENTERTAINMENT CloudPanda donates online store platform to AFFI to help MSMEs NEWSINFO Duterte pushes for death penalty by lethal injection NEWSINFO Duterte to Smart, Globe: Improve services by December or face expropriation “We are in solidarity with the appeal of the Migrant Forum in Asia, together with other migrants’ rights movements, on the urgency of ensuring a justice mechanism for repatriated Filipino migrant workers,” CHR Commissioner Gwendolyn Pimentel-Gana, who handles the commission’s migrants’ rights FROM AROUND THE WEB affairs, said in a statement. CHR mentioned three ways for the government to help OFWs affected by https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1310494/chr-asks-govt-to-protect-inadequately-paid-repatriated-ofws-amid-pandemic Lolit Solis hints that Kris Aquino’s show will push through 1/6

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