Migration Advocacy and Media Awards (MAM) 2011

July 20, 2011 — Leave a comment
HKPCG-PR-32-2011
ANNOUNCEMENT
Migration Advocacy and Media Awards (MAM)  2011
 
            Nominations to the Migration Advocacy and Media (MAM) Awards are now formally open.
            The MAM Awards was conceived in 2011 by the Inter-Agency Committee (IAC) for the Celebration of the Month of Overseas Filipinos and International Migrants Day in the Philippines in December every year.  Chaired by the Philippine Migrants Rights Watch (PMRW) and co-chaired by the Commission of Filipinos Overseas (CFO), the MAM Awards aim to recognize the significant role of the media in the promotion and advocacy of migration and development.
            Eligible for the Awards are works by government and private media outlets, institutions and practitioners in the fields of print, radio, movie and television, advertising and internet based in the Philippines and abroad.  Entries must have raised public awareness on issues on Filipino migration, advocated the cause of Filipinos overseas, or/and promoted a positive image of Filipinos overseas, and migration and development.
            Entries must be submitted on or before 30 September 2011 to MAM Awards’ Secretariat, Commission on Filipinos Overseas, Citigold Center, 1345 Pres. Quirino Avenue cor Osmena Highway (South Superhighway) Manila, Philippines 1007.
            For more information on the Awards, please call MAM Secretariat at (632) 561-8291 and (632) 552-4766 or email at info@cfo.gov.ph or visit www.cfo.gov.ph .
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