Recent reports bared that the senseless and horrific twin blasts in Jolo, Sulu, on August 24 were carried out by two female suicide bombers believed to be supporte ... Read More
INCITEGOV, constituting a community of advocates who firmly believe in the democratic process and the rule of law as bedrock of the Philippine society, joins the loud voice of opposition against the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020. The bill, questionably certified as urgent, has been passed in the Senate and ... Read More
Three years have passed since the siege of Marawi but nothing has improved on the situation of the bakwits. In fact, they are made even more vulnerable as they face the danger of COVID-19.
Ang nalalapit na selebrasyon ng Eid-al-Fitr ay dapat sana panahon ng pagb ... Read More
The International Center for Innovation, Transformation and Excellence in Governance (INCITEGov) conducted its 14th Annual General Assembly (GA) virtually on May 9, amidst the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) that is still being implemented in some parts of the country, including Metro Manila, due t ... Read More
In urban poor communities, the concept of what a “family” is has evolved and has become complex over time.
The family is considered as the basic unit of society. Internationally, it has been recognized that families as ... Read More
Nearly 25 years since the adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (BPfA), advocates note that there is still a need to address the negative media portrayal of women in the country.
In January 25& ... Read More
An independent study has confirmed the connection between the locations of drug-related killings and families of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiaries, supporting the thesis that the drug war is, indeed, a war on the poor.
The lack of available information and the ineffectiveness of the government to provide services continue to be the main factors contributing to the sorry state of women’s reproductive health (RH) in the country, seven years after the RH Law was passed.
When civil society leader Sitti Djalia Turabin–Hataman was asked to reenter the world of politics and run, this time as mayor of Isabela City, Basilan, she resisted.