The surge of killings resulting from the government’s anti-illegal drug campaign prompted a militant lawmaker on Friday to call for the slashing out of the P900 million budget for Oplan Double Barrel Reloaded.
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A militant lawmaker scored the Armed Forces of the Philippines for using public funds to attack various Lumad schools in Mindanao.
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers on Monday called on government to ensure funding for the implementation of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention 151, a treaty that aims to protect government workers.
The plan of the Duterte administration to implement a mandatory drug test in colleges and universities threatened students’ safety and education rights, an international human rights group said Saturday.
Carlos Conde, researcher for Asia Division of Human Rights Watch, said the deaths of two broadcast journalists and the attack on a newspaper columnist “highlight the need for the Duterte administration to deliver on promises to apprehend those responsible for the killings of journalists.”
The Gabriela Women’s Party urged Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III to support House Bill 1049 which mandates a regular sitting breaks for female employees in manufacturing and services sectors.
The Davao City Investment Promotion Center (DCIPC) has recently partnered with top real estate website Lamudi to train Davao’s homegrown real estate brokers and to gear them up for the digitization of real estate marketing.
The militant group Bagong Alyansang Makabayan scored the proposal of the United States of America to use airstrikes against the ISIS-linked groups in the country.
Apart from being known as the Palm City Capital of the South, Tagum City has earned a new feat, this time, as the Marching Showband Capital of the Philippines.
A militant lawmaker on Monday urged the free distribution of land by writing off amortization dues from the agrarian reform beneficiaries.