Binhian, Bungkalan, Bahaginan: Tugon sa Panawagang Tapusin ang Kagutuman

July 1, 2021

Steps are being made to apparently address the problem on hunger and malnutrition at the global level. The UN Food Systems Summit is now underway, which according to proponents, will launch bold new actions to deliver progress on all 17 SDGs, which includes achieving SDG 2 or Zero Hunger by 2030. In relation to the […]

People’s Review of the SDGs: Rising above the health and economic crisis in the time of COVID-19

June 24, 2021

Warm greetings! In 2015, the Philippines was among the 193 countries that committed to the United Nations’ Agenda 2030 which seeks to eradicate poverty and inequality through its 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs). The fifth year of SDGs implementation coincided with the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 which brought the global economy and health system on […]

Poverty and Inequality in the time of COVID-19 pandemic

June 21, 2021

The forum will assess the Philippines’ progress in implementation of SDG 1 and SDG 10 and propose policies for immediate relief, recovery, and long-term development. It is part of the 2021 forum series of the people’s review of the sustainable development goals themed “Rising above the health and economic crisis in the time of COVID-19” organized by the Council for People’s Development and Governance through the PH Civil Society SDG Watch and in cooperation with member organizations and their networks.

SDG Watch Forum Series 2021

June 4, 2021

Join us in assessing the status of PH implementation of the SDGs: what policies & programs frustrate achieving Agenda 2030, esp. in resolving chronic jobs crisis, poverty & inequality, & hunger. #SocialJustice #DemocraticGovernance #PeopleEconomics #LeaveNoOneBehind Facebook: Council for People’s Development and GovernanceTwitter: @cso_voices

The TRIPS waiver on Covid-19 pharmaceuticals and the Big Pharma — IBON

June 4, 2021

Intellectual property rights (IPR) on essential drugs, most of which are being held by giant pharmaceutical corporations or “Big Pharma”, is a major issue when it comes to access to affordable, appropriate and efficacious essential medicines. At the highest echelons of international trade, the raging debate is about whether or not the World Trade Organization […]

Addressing Poverty and Inequality Towards Agenda 2030: A Policy Forum

September 30, 2019

The policy forum themed “Addressing Poverty and Inequality towards Agenda 2030” re-examines
the Philippine government’s social and economic policies in relation to its SDG commitments and
identify policy reform areas specific to social services delivery – including but not limited to health, education, employment, housing, disaster resiliency and disaster response, water supply and sanitation, electrification, roads network in rural areas.

People’s Review of SDG 4 (Presentations)

November 28, 2017

The Philippine education system has long been affecting the youth sector’s future. Came the biggest economic crisis, the pandemic and government’s weak response strengthen education system’s existing crisis.