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For this installment of New Naratif's Democracy Classroom, our community engaged in a discussion with Teo S. Marasigan, the author of The Philippines' Dangerous Dependence on the Exploitation of its People, on Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) and how the phenomenon has affected the Philippines and its citizens, delving into the role of governments in helping its citizens and the effect the OFW phenomenon on the OFWs themselves and the families they leave behind.
The Philippines' Dangerous Dependence on the Exploitation of its People
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