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A Discussion on TRAIN Law's Impact on the Poor

They say when the times are hard, tighten your belt; when the blanket is short, learn to bend. But amid continuous increases in commodity prices, are these "coping mechanisms" still viable to respond to the poor families' needs?

INCITEGov, together with the Eastern Visayas Network of NGOs and POs (EVNet) and in pa

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Posted on October 07, 2018

Sectors Examine the Role and Effectivity of 4Ps in Poverty Reduction

September 7, Quezon City - How effective is CCT in addressing poverty in the country? Does it encourage mendicancy and transparency? Are there credible empirical evidence on relative cost-effectiveness of cash transfer versus conventional social protection program? These and more were insightfully discussed during

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Posted on September 15, 2018

How Third Parties May Contribute in Normalization Processes of the CAB

September 14, Pasig City -  Close to a hundred participants from the Bangsamoro communities and CSOs, NGOs, donors, media, and academe gathered to discuss how third parties may be assist in delivering commitments to the Annex on Normalization in preparation for the implementation of the newly-legisla

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Posted on September 15, 2018

Marawi CSOs Launch Dansalan Tano sa Kalilintad Movement

September 15, Pasig City – Leaders and representatives of various Marawi civil society groups and the private sector launched Dansalan Tano sa Kalilintad Movement with the aim of pursuing the return of genuine peace in Marawi.  Dansalan, the old name of Marawi, means “going home&

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Posted on September 15, 2018

Populism in the Philippines and its Impact on Social Media and Civil Society Responses

September 13, Pasig City – Key stakeholders from civil society organizations, the academe, media, political formations, and the basic sectors gathered today to generate insights on the concept and practice of populism in the country. The forum analyzed the key challenges posed by populism and identi

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Posted on September 13, 2018

Citizen Jake and Beastmode Films, Reflections on the Current Situation of Politics

July 24, Mandaluyong City - ‘Discussions enable audience to express and share their thoughts, opinions, emotions and interpretations’, an emphasis of Prof. Atienza from the Liga Panitikan, Pananaliksik at Kulturang Popular of the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) as he facilitated the forum of the Cit

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Posted on July 24, 2018

Global Classroom on Sustainability of CCT Program in the Changing Political Context

INCITEGov in partnership with ASOG gathered participants from Mexico and Philippines on the program to discuss the protection of CCT Program in the changing political context of the country, held at the Ateneo de Manila University Campus, Quezon City.

The program was a

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Posted on July 21, 2018

NGOs Convene to Plan for Achieving Zero Street Children

June 21, Intramuros, Manila - “No one NGO can create an impact that will allow us to see a major change in the realities of society today. If we were to be effective it will require one NGO working with many others,” said Br. Armin Luistro during his opening remarks in the roundtable disc

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Posted on June 21, 2018

Women Tell their Stories of Confronting Duterte’s War on Drugs

June 4, Quezon City - Women’s rights are human rights. Women are not just victims but are also agents of change and transformation.

These emerged as key themes in the forum on “Confronting Tokhang: Women’s Narratives of Survival” held on June 4

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Posted on June 05, 2018

12th GA Approves Shift in INCITEGov Thrusts and Directions

June 2, Makati - The 12th General Assembly of INCITEGov approved new tracks and directions for 2018 to 2019 in response to the creeping authoritarianism experienced in the country today.

They include actions to support initiatives in protecting of democratic space and

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Posted on June 02, 2018