Leave No One Behind: Ending Discrimination and Inequality Towards Agenda 2030May 14, 2022
Moving forward, we aim for a Philippine society free from discrimination and inequality where no one will be left behind.
On World Press Freedom Day: “Reclaim our right to express and our free spaces”—CPDGMay 4, 2022
“Duterte, like the dictator Ferdinand Marcos, repressed the media and ordered the closure of the broadcast network ABS–CBN. Media outfits, news organizations, and journalists have been red-tagged or accused of being communist sympathizers, and journalists, including Lady Salem and Maria Ressa, have been arrested and incarcerated, yet freed afterwards. This only means that speaking the truth should not be criminalized and journalists should not be harassed,” Liza Maza, CPDG spokesperson, said.
CPDG on the expired PHP 1.8B calamity fundsJanuary 18, 2022
Kalipunan ng Damayang Mahihirap (KADAMAY) Secretary General Eufemia ‘Ka Mimi’ Doringo on the expired PHP 1.8B calamity funds
“2022 budget prolongs pandemic and PH recovery”—CPDGSeptember 22, 2021
“Anyone who looks at the 2022 budget will immediately see that it does not respond enough to the country’s most urgent issues of COVID-19 and poverty alleviation,” Liza Maza, spokesperson of the Council for People’s Development and Governance (CPDG) stressed.