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On changing the economic provisions of the 1987 Constitution: More foreign investment does not mean more development
January 26, 2023
As the House Committee on Constitutional Amendments considers proposed amendments, IBON raises five major points on why economic provisions in the 1987 Constitution should be retained.
Ensure sufficient, safe and accessible water during COVID-19 crisis
April 8, 2020
WATER FOR THE PEOPLE NETWORK
POSITION PAPER | As more and more COVID-19 cases are discovered in the Philippines, especially in Metro Manila, and in over 200 countries around the globe, ensuring sufficient, safe and accessible water is more important than ever.
COVID-19 Php297 billion urgent socioeconomic relief for the most vulnerable Filipinos
March 23, 2020
For now, the most urgent matter is to ensure that every Filipino is protected hence these proposed socioeconomic relief measures.
WPN Position Paper on the Water Crisis
March 19, 2019
WPN: Water crisis confirms failure of water privatization IBON Foundation/Water for the People Network (WPN) Position paper submitted to the Office of Sen. Grace Poe, Chair of the Senate Committee on Public Services, in line with the hearing to investigate the water shortage in Metro Manila The Water for the People Network (WPN) holds […]
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- 1. Position Paper Yokimura Dimaunahan STEM 12- EUROPA Country: Philippines Delegate: Yokimura Dimaunahan Topic: The disturbance of the great knowledge This era of plague times, we are truly devastated of this lingering threat to our education and future of economy. It indeed disturbed the power of education in my own place and break the freedom of our pacified knowledge and intelligent. As a result, many individuals carry a grief of unfortunate mind and peculiar idea that builds uncertain misunderstanding about the new distribution of effective modular knowledge. The students suffer and confuse to this kind of new normal that leads to era of continuous depression and cognitive failure. Many Filipinos says that “One lesson I’ve learned is to embrace the new normal”, in this statement the embracement and thinking deeply is the key of learning in the online and modular learning. Our teacher makes this happens and deeply make the education more interesting and spread through their endless intelligent and wisdom. In DepED perspective there are 93% of public schools have devices for online learning, this means the public schools in the Philippines are truly can handle and adapt to this atrocious phenomenon. But even we have a device that utterly make modular learning easier, we can’t say that our internet provider is totally stable and free to charge but in reality, the internet connection in the Philippines are incredibly low and agonizing. In the school of BNIVHS the modular learning is truly effective and interesting because of our teachers that have dedication for work and love for work. The STEM students of this public school are very confident and happy to react the true knowledge that they commit because of teachers and effective learning strategies that may occur to fight the great disturbance of economy and education. Most of the students that I intentionally interview is optimistic about the future of education and the universal unity of this world. Past acts of this topic are just a great mess and totally not ready to start a modular learning that also maybe the chance of new born education. The DepED secretary was a solution to this education conflict and there is a big pile of uncertain and questionable act that may not effective to the education of the Philippines.
- 2. Our school and country policy are to declare that face to face classes is totally dismiss and the face to face classes may continue if the vaccine is ready to implant to the Filipino students. The school policy is to claim the copy of modular learning inmore secure to the plague and more carefully. This policy is to stop or prevent the spread of the plague and to continue the quality of education in this country and school. In conclusion, the STEM students of BNIVHS are ready to fight against the global scarcity of knowledge and poverty. And deliver the optimistic mind that will overcome the sweetness of education and the great knowledge of this disturbing reality.
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POSITION PAPER ABOUT GRAFT AND CORRUPTION
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Eric Vincent Batalla
International Political Science Review November 2011 vol. 32 no. 5 529-545
Democracy in the Philippines is a paradox. It was the first country in the region to topple authoritarian rule. Signs of a vibrant democracy are extensive: high voter turnout, civic engagement, institutional arrangements that theoretically promote accountability and safeguard rights and liberties. Yet the flaws in the democratic process are also extensive: elite dominance, institutional weakness, and widespread abuse of public office, which suggest true representation is largely illusory. Concerns about the quality of democracy have become central to political discourse in the Philippines, as seen in debates about constitutional reform and the hopes associated with the election of reform candidate Benigno Aquino III as president in 2010. This analysis examines how oligarchic structures and dysfunctional institutions threaten the emergence of true democracy in the Philippines.
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Communication to United Nations Human Rights Committee re the violation by the Philippine government of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, pursuant to the committee's individual complaint mechanism. Filed on the occasion of International Human Rights Day on 10 December 2005, as a culmination of struggle by Filipino street children and child prisoners, who originally sued then Philippine president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo before the Ombudsman on 10 December 2003 for human rights violations stated in this communication to the UN Human Rights Committee. Identity and identifying information of the children prisoner petitioners had been deleted.
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