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Why Consular Service Matters? An Australian Perspective

by Juan Enriquez Dayang, Jr.

The Australian National University

Introduction

When Australia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Kevin Rudd appears on You Tube to advise Australians who are planning on attending the Rugby World Cup 2011 in New Zealand to visit the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s (DFAT) website for travel tips, travel bulletin and register their travel for any emergency, Rudd is primarily giving top priority to the safety and well-being of Australians as part of DFAT’s consular function. 1,676 more words

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Philippines and Mexico’s emigrants and their destinations

by Juan “Jed”  E. Dayang, Jr.

The Australia National University

The Philippines and Mexico are two of the largest labour migrant sending countries in the world with 1/1oth  of their populations living abroad. 530 more words

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Financial Literacy Campaign and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs)

by Arnel G. Talisayon*

Human Dimensions of Financial Education[1]

A Filipino who desires to work abroad typically gives only one answer when asked why he or she is willing to leave the family for a potentially difficult and lonely job outside the country: “ 964 more words

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Philippine Pull-out in the Coalition Forces in Iraq to Save Angelo de la Cruz

by Juan “Jed” E. Dayang, Jr.

The Australian National University

The last of the Australian contingent to the war effort ended when seventeen soldiers returned home from Iraq on August 6, 2011. 1,254 more words

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Proposed Single-Destination Passport in Indonesia: A Misguided Protection Policy?

by Firtriana Nur*

Despite its good intentions, the government may be considering a misguided policy after Jumhur Hidayat, head of the National Board for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Overseas Workers, recently announced a proposal to issue single-destination passports to migrant workers, restricting them from traveling anywhere except their intended destination. 729 more words

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Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs): New Heroes

by Juan “Jed” E.  Dayang, Jr.

The Australian National University

As of 2010, there is an estimated 8,579,378 Filipinos overseas.[1]   The number of temporary migrant workers or Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) is estimated at 4,522,438. 1,168 more words

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Why Consular Service Matters for Citizens

by Juan “Jed” E. Dayang, Jr.

The Australian National University

In a Facebook page of the US Department of State’s Careers in Foreign Affairs, there was a topic on the Discussion Board which asked:   1,022 more words

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