The voice of Filipinos in the UK

Tinig UK gets Internews funding

Tinig UK was recently selected as one of the recipients of the Information Saves Lives Rapid Response Fund from Internews.  It is the only UK-based media outlet to receive a grant under this project. The fund aims to support media outlets,  organisations and individuals reporting on COVID-19

Remembering our fallen heroes

We would like to pay tribute to the Filipino healthcare workers who died while working on the frontlines during the Covid-19 pandemic. They are mothers, fathers, daughters, sons, friends and colleagues who were taken away too soon under the most difficult circumstances. We hope to feature all

Poetry: Invisible Women

Born in Batangas, Philippines, Romalyn Ante is the first East-Asian to win the Poetry London Clore Prize(2018) as well as the Manchester Poetry Prize (2017). Her debut pamphlet, Rice & Rain (V. Press), received the 2018 Saboteur Award for Best Poetry Pamphlet. Romalyn was 16 when her mother – a

UK remittances declining

Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have long been heralded as “modern-day heroes” for their hard work abroad to support their families. These remittances are highly significant, not only to family economics, but to the Philippine economy as a whole. But as impact of Covid-19 has hit,