‘LEAD, INSPIRE and TRANSFORM’

NO MATTER how late, we join the community of the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) In the Philippines and the business community in keeping in our hearts and remembering in our minds... Read more »

Peace in the midst

GOVERNMENT and private entities in the Philippines continue to undertake researches on federalism for Philippine setting, including holding of fora, meetings and conferences to discover what is the best type of federal... Read more »

US-PH Child Protection Compact: Ensuring better future for Filipino kids

Just recently, the U.S Embassy in Manila partnered with the Department of Justice Interagency Council against Child Trafficking (IACAT) and launched a series of activities to implement the U.S Philippines Child Protection Compact... Read more »

Honesty and integrity in the Bureau of Immigration-PH

WE JOIN the Department of Justice in the Philippines and other government and private agencies in lauding the good person and admirable deed of Immigration Officer I Reimond Abigeil B. Lagman for returning... Read more »

ASEAN, how beneficial?

Communication and Information researchers give different views on how important the Association of Southeast Asian Nations or ASEAN to its members, even as some of them claimed that the business sector in the... Read more »

Protection and promotion of migrant workers’ rights

In 2007, during the Philippines’ chairmanship of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the summit adopted the theme “One Caring and Sharing Community” to highlight the importance of the socio-cultural dimension of the... Read more »

The coming to form of Philippine federalism

NOT SO much about the P1,000 budget for the Human Rights Commission, the National Commission for Indigenous Peoples and the Energy Regulatory Commission. To pursue a comprehensive study of the proposed shift to... Read more »

Repeat warning to privacy

THE reminder of the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi to the Filipino community of taking of photos and videos in restricted areas, including consular missions and military facilities in the UAE, and that... Read more »

EDITORIAL – Mobile schools for PWDs

Statistics show poor school participation among children with disabilities. The reason for this is obvious. A study conducted by the Philippine state think tank, Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS), explained that the... Read more »