Filipinos in Northern Ireland racially abused at work
Almost half of the Filipino community in Northern Ireland have been racially abused at work, a survey by the NI Council for Ethnic Minorities (NICEM) has revealed.
And a third claimed the racist slurs came from their bosses.
But because they depend on work permits, they will not register complaints, NICEM chairman Patrick Yu said.
A NICEM delegation is to discuss greater protection for Filipino immigrants with the all-party Assembly group on minorities next week.