BERN, SWITZERLAND- The European Network of Filipino Diaspora (ENFiD) continues to widen its network in Europe, while it also focuses on its institutional strengthening.
ENFiD country groups continue to give more re-echo meetings of the Diaspora to Dialogue or D2D Conference held in Rome last year, which gave birth to the network. The latest D2D re-echo meetings were held in Valletta, Malta last March; and in Rome, Italy last April 14.
BERN, SWITZERLAND—The European Network of Filipino Diaspora or ENFiD today called on registered Filipino voters in Europe to come out and cast their votes for the May 2013 elections, following the reinstatement of 238,000 overseas voters by the Comelec this month.
ENFiD considers a victory the Comelec’s reinstatement of the 238,000 overseas voters, who were removed from the Overseas Absentee Voters list for failing to vote in the last two elections in 2007 and 2010.
Every year, Stichting Bayanihan celebrates the International Women’s Day in line with the mission of The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (also known as UN Women) to advance gender equality and women empowerment.
For the 4th year in a row, Singapore is top on the list for the most expensive city to live beating Hong Kong, Zurich, Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Geneva, Paris, New York and Copenhagen, according to a biannual survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
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