Alternative Broadcasting for Empowerment of Migrant Workers

By  on September 29, 2014

Recognizing and Building Communication Rights



Hong Kong

More skills developed and acquired more capacity to reach out to more migrant domestic workers and their families in Hong Kong and in their respective home countries;
Participants learned the importance of collective work in preparing and in doing the actual radio broadcasting;
Participants learned the skills and importance of communication though radio broadcasting;
Participants learned the latest technology (use of equipments) of broadcasting through internet;
Participants especially women migrant workers become more empowered;
Increaced awareness among migrants of importance of collective work in preparing and in doing the actual radio broadcasting;
Participants developed skills of access to latest technology (use of equipments) of broadcasting through internet;
More women migrant organizations learned and developed skills on radio broadcasting;
Increased number of migrant workers in Hong Kong have learned about their rights and other issues the affects them;
Rise in the number of migrant workers in Hong Kong encouraged to become organized and learn the importance of empowerment;
Families of migrant workers more aware of the situation of their relatives abroad;
More migrant workers encouraged to be part of the international migrants movement.

Final Report   Story by F. Jomo

 

Project 543

 


September 29, 2014

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