At this point of your departure, thank you very much for the time wholeheartedly, boldly and untiringly spent with the people; respect for the human worth and dignity (guided by IHL) and to the pursuit of national and social liberation
Author Archives: PROF. MAE FE ANCHETA-TEMPLA
The alleged massacre in Purok 7, Paradise Embac, Paquibato District highlights another scenario of militarization even in a popular city which recently ranked as the 4th safest city in the world.
The Talaingod schools set up by the local people’s organization of Ata-Manobo, Salugpungan Ta Tan u Igkanugon, represent a combination of adult and young literacy learning centre.
As we end this month of mothers, let us look back to the struggle of one woman fighting for the life of her daughter. Her story epitomizes the call of millions of Filipino women, mothers and wives for their sons, daughters, and husbands working overseas.
As a concerned social worker-educator, recommendations outlined below may still be relevant even as today’s clamor is more inclined to postponement of the implementation of the law on K to 12 strategy.
This piece was part of an attempt to contribute to public policy review specific to education submitted to the Committee on Education of the House of Representatives that held a public hearing in Davao City on K to 12 in 2012.
Today is one of those great occasions when we get to celebrate our young people – their achievements, their perseverance and their successes as they grow up.
I am privileged to have consolidated some notes on my experience as a women political activist while into a graduate program in social work.
Taking cue from the previous issue of this column, a critical assessment on women’s education was done as part of a literature review on the sprout of women organizations in the country.
The Mamasapano clash on January 25, 2015 between the Philippine National Police Special Action Force commandos and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (allegedly joined by Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters and private armies) marks another historic botch in the country.
Women religious in Mindanao have been in the forefront of the causes the marginalized, deprived, exploited and oppressed sectors of the society have been fighting for.
One of the key indigenous values the pre-hispanic society has bestowed upon the Filipinos is damayan