The International Labor Organization (ILO) has urged companies and businesses to observe the non-hiring of minors in their work force as plans to eliminate child labor practice in the country gains ground.
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What happened in Marawi City should be a wake-up call not just for its residents, but also for everyone living in Mindanao, a government official said over the weekend.
More than a thousand farmers, industry players and advocates of organic farming will converge here for the 14th National Organic Agriculture Congress (NOAC) on October 24-26.
President Rodrigo Duterte reiterated he will not extend his presidency by the end of his term.
A group of Marawi residents are planning to file a class suit against the government for the destruction of the city’s properties and the deaths of civilians due to the conflict between state forces and local terrorists.
Before the country’s public transport could be modernized, the Duterte government must ensure first that the needs of the Filipino people are addressed, a militant group leader said as the two-day nationwide transport protest started on Monday, October 16.
Thousands of public utility jeepneys (PUJ) operators and drivers from Northern Mindanao will join the two-day nationwide strike, according to a transport group leader on Sunday, October 15.
The farmers inside the Central Mindanao University (CMU) cannot claim the land within the term of President Rodrigo Duterte while the proposed Genuine Agrarian Reform Bill (GARB) is still pending at the Lower House.
The New People’s Army (NPA) said Monday, October 9, that it was behind a raid on a security agency assigned to Del Monte Philippines’ plantation in Quezon, Bukidnon.
Amid series of criminal and administrative complaints filed against Mayor Oscar Moreno, about 3,000 of his supporters staged a mass action on Saturday, October 7, at the Freedom Kiosk here to show allegiance to him.