Women advocates and the University of the Philippines Mindanao community wants to stop victim blaming from the public on the death of 23-year old flight attendant Christina Angelica Dacera.
2020 may be the year of the pandemic, but there are people and events that defined the year Davao City went through this pandemic.
The ten months of community quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted to 15,285 job losses in Davao Region, the report from the regional Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said.
Church leaders called on both government and the National Democratic Front to “silence their guns” this Christmas season, despite declarations from both sides that there will be no ceasefire in the holidays.
With the year coming to a close, the Davao City Council hopes to reach their target landmark ordinances in 2021 despite the challenges in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio advised Davaoeños not to flock to President Duterte’s former residence this Christmas season as the family’s annual gift-giving event will have changes this year.
Despite the delay of the implementation of the Safe Davao QR Code (DQR), the Davao City Council passed an ordinance making this system mandatory for contact tracing and stipulated fines for violators.
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The union of Holy Cross of Davao College (HCDC) is questioning its administration’s move to retrench all 159 teachers and personnel amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Progressive groups pushed through with their protest actions despite restrictions by the local government for mass gatherings in time for the commemoration of the 157th birthday of the working class revolutionary hero Andres Bonifacio.