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Lotte Foundation
Lotte Foundation helps foreign workers suffering from industrial accidents.
Address : Lotte Bldg. 25 Fl(100-721), Sogong-Dong 1, Chung-Ku, Seoul
Tel: 02-776-6723,759-8548 / Fax : 02-318-4823
Homepage : www.lottefoundation.or.kr
E-mail : webmaster@lottefoundation.or.kr

Korea Migrants' Center
Migrant's Help Line : 1644-0644
Seoul Foreign Workers' Center
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Health Association for Migrant Workers
Shalom House
: Welfare Center for Migrant Workers in Namyangju

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Busan Center for Migrant Workers' Human Rights
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Migrant Workers News

Immigration: Yes to Amnesty, But?
Last year president Bush floated the idea of giving undocumented workers amnesty, but quickly backed away from it. This year Dick Gephardt, House Minority Leader, picked up the subject at a speech he gave at the National Council of La Raza, a Hispanic advocacy group. Recently, Gephardt introduced legislation to legalize undocumented workers. In 1986 the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) gave undocumented workers ... more
Foreign Workers Seek Comfort
at Korean Churches
Faced with a hard life and prejudice from local people, foreign workers, mostly economic migrants from the South East Asiancountries are seeking relief and comfort at Korean churches. Hyehwa Catholic Church(Tel: 764-0221/Fax: 3672- 1197) is crowded with hundreds of Filipino workers around 1:30 p.m. every ... more
Welfare Facility for Foreign Workers to Open
Sung-Dong Migrant Workers Center, a welfare facility for foreign workers, will open at Hongik-dong, Sungdong-gu, eastern Seoul on November. The four-story, 137-pyung(about 452.1 square meters) building will be equipped with various facilities including a gymnasium, A/V(audio and video) room and a dining room for alien workers. ...more

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