I do not wish to belabor with you on the merits and bases of the joint venture agreement. We can save that argument for the right time and the proper venue.
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The two National Interfaith Humanitarian Missions, especially the recently-concluded second wave, were able to open venues for the victims’ demands. These were venues that even the poorest, and in social heirarchies normally voiceless, evacuees were able to access. This
allowed the fleshing out cases of human rights
violations under Martial Law beyond the
common narrative of the effects of the aerial
Students of the University of the Philippines in Mindanao were taken aback after the school administration announced it will continue to collect tuition a day before the enrollment Sunday, July 30.
Protest marks the first day of enrollment in the University of the Philippines in Mindanao Tuesday, Aug. 1 as students express opposition to the collection of school fees in the state university. (More…) (Photo by Marie Crestie Joie Contrata)
The Philippine Constructors Association (PCA) announced that it will be holding the biggest building and construction show series in Mindanao this September.
The Commission on Human Rights will conduct an investigation into the killing of 15 individuals, including the Mayor of Ozamiz City, Reynaldo Parojinog Sr in a police operation on Sunday dawn.
Senator Manny Pacquiao visits government troops in Marawi City on Saturday, Juyl 29.
The University of the Philippines Mindanao announced on Friday that it will not be collecting tuition and other fees from students for the first semester of Academic year 2017-2018 until “further instructions”.
A teachers’ partylist called on President Rodrigo Duterte to retract his statement saying he will order the Army and Air Force to bomb Lumad schools allegedly teaching subersvion and communism.
Students of Magallanes Central Elementary School and the children of the employees of the Bureau of Customs here joined the Bureau of Customs Hoop Clinic with retired PBA players, Kenneth Duremdes and Marlou Aquino.