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"Moving Portraits: Life Stories of Children of Migrant and Multicultural Families in Asia" has been published

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update:June 16, 2017

The book, Moving Portraits: Life Stories of Children of Migrant and Multicultural Families in Asia, is one of the knowledge products that came out of the project, “Towards an inclusive environment for children of migrant and multicultural families in the Philippines, Japan and South Korea” (or The Enable Kids Project for short) in May, 2017.  Edited by Maruja M.B. Asis and Karen Anne S. Liao, the volume features 27 life stories of children of migrant and multicultural families in the three countries. The life stories aim to inform policy-makers, raise public awareness about cultural diversity and social inclusion, and reach out to children in similar circumstances.

The Enable Kids Project was supported by the International Grant Program (D15-N-0041) of the Toyota Foundation, and it is headed by Dr. Maruja M.B. Asis, Director of Research and Publications at the Scalabrini Migration Center based in Manila, the Philippines.

For more information about the project, see  https://enablekidsproject.wordpress.com/このリンクは別ウィンドウで開きます

The summary of the Foundation-funded project is also available here.このリンクは別ウィンドウで開きます

Title Moving Portraits: Life Stories of Children of Migrant and Multicultural Families in Asia
Editors Maruja M. B. Asis, Karen Anne S. Liao
Publisher Scalabrini Migration Center
ISBN 978-971-8789-17-9
Contact smc@smc.org.ph
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