CPDG on President Marcos Jr.’s declaration of the Philippines not rejoining International Criminal Court.September 2, 2022
CPDG Board of Trustee Jazminda Lumang gave a statement on President Marcos’ decision to not join International Criminal Court despite numerous cases of human rights violations in the Philippines.
CPDG Spokesperson Liza Masa criticized Marcos Jr.’s ambitious goal reducing country’s poverty rate while failing to recognize neoliberal policies as the rootcause of it all
CPDG Vice President and EILER Executive Director Rochelle Porras hit Labor Sec. Bello’s response to labor groups’ demand in increasing the minimum wage in the National Capital Region amid successive oil price hikes.
Highlights from “Prospects for Peace After the 2022 Elections: A Call for Just Peace and An End to Tyranny”February 28, 2022
In case you missed it, you may watch the forum here: Prospects for Peace After the 2022 Elections: A Call for Just Peace and an End to Tyranny
Kalipunan ng Damayang Mahihirap (KADAMAY) Secretary General Eufemia ‘Ka Mimi’ Doringo on the expired PHP 1.8B calamity funds
Fernando “Ka Pando” Hicap, Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya Chairperson on the violent demolition in Brgy. Sta Mercedes, Sitio Patungan in Maragondon, Cavite
Council for People’s Development and Governance Vice President Rochelle M. Porras on the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Disease or IATF-EID’s resolution restricting all unvaccinated individuals from travelling outdoors
Voices of women from the civil society on World Hunger Day 2021 #WorldHungerDay #FoodForAll #PeopleEconomics