The fashion protest is civil society’s creative way to demand the Philippine government and donor countries to fulfill commitments on effective development cooperation principles towards Agenda 2030.
Asia-Pacific civic groups reiterate importance of civil society in multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable developmentMarch 30, 2022
“From what prism should we look into the progress of SDG 17, especially in multi-stakeholder partnerships? From the point of view of companies? The point of view of the government? Or the point of view of the people?”, Rep. Carlos Zarate of Bayan Muna Partylist asked after pointing out how multi-dimensional crises, aggravated by the pandemic and respective government responses, facilitated the profiteering agenda of the private sector vis-a-vis the worsening condition of marginalized sectors.
We need sustainable Filipino industries, not foreign ones, that are deeply rooted in the local economy, driven by local science and technology, productivity and development. We need local industries that provide the people’s and nation’s needs, reap resources and capital that push the Philippines to progress on. Currently though, Build Build Build touted as the […]
We invite you to join us for Part 2 of the PH Civil Society SDG Watch 2021 Forum Series themed “People’s Review of the SDGs: Rising Above the Economic and Health Crisis in the time of COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond” from November 22 to 27, 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 […]