Tag: leave no one behind

CPDG Strongly Denounces the Unjust Accusations and Freezing of Accounts of Leyte Center for Development, Inc. (LCDe)

May 7, 2024

CPDG stands in solidarity with LCDe, a trusted member of our network, and denounces the baseless repression of humanitarian and development work. The government must retract its unfounded accusations and allow LCDe to continue supporting the most vulnerable communities in Eastern Visayas. We urge all stakeholders to join us in demanding justice and the unfreezing of LCDe’s accounts.

CSOs Underscore Constricted Civic Spaces in 4MR GPEDC Consultation

April 30, 2024

During the second session of the CSOs consultation workshop for the 4th Monitoring Round of the Philippine Government’s compliance with the Global Partnership on Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) on April 23, 2024, representatives from various national civil society organizations (CSOs) highlighted the growing constraints on civic spaces despite government pledges to foster an enabling environment […]

CSO Consultation on the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC)

April 17, 2024

Last April 15, 2024, CSOs from among trade union federations and workers’ institutions along with CSOs networks held a consultation workshop for the 4th monitoring round of the Global Partnership on Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC).

Int’l and local groups urge Supreme Court: grant petition of abducted activists Jhed and Jonila

Kalikasan - People's Network for the Environment | February 5, 2024

Environmental and human rights groups held a protest action at the Supreme Court and Department of Justice today in support of abducted anti-reclamation activists Jonila Castro and Jhed Tamano, decrying the “slow movement” of a petition filed by Castro and Tamano last year praying for the writs of amparo and habeas data.

CPDG in Action 2022: Towards People-Centered Development

June 30, 2023

Pushing forward to advance Effective Development Cooperation and Development Effectiveness: Reclaiming Democratic Spaces, Advancing People Economics to Realize the People’s Agenda in 2022 and Beyond.

Un-peace, disunity in Marcos Jr.’s first year – CPDG

June 30, 2023

Read CPDG’s statement on Philippines Pres. Marcos Jr.’s first year of governance here.

Stakeholders’ Review of the 4th UPR Cycle of the Philippines

February 17, 2023

Opening Remarks of CHR Chairperson Atty. Richard P. Palpal-latoc, 17 February 2023 Distinguished guests, our partners, the Civil Society Organizations, colleagues from the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms. Signe Poulsen and Ms Arbena Kuriu, fellow human rights defenders, friends, ladies and gentlemen, a pleasant morning to all! It is an […]

Leave No One Behind: Ending Discrimination and Inequality Towards Agenda 2030

May 14, 2022

Moving forward, we aim for a Philippine society free from discrimination and inequality where no one will be left behind.

Building Back Better, Together: How can SDG 17 and civil society partnerships ensure genuine development in recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic?

March 24, 2022

As the Asia-Pacific region continues to ‘build back better’, countries’ progress on SDG 17 in addressing the pandemic must be evaluated. SDG 17 provides the means to advance other SDGs, facilitating poverty reduction, zero hunger, good health, gender equality, quality education, and climate action, among other goals.