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Loss Beyond Just Numbers: What Really Happened in Marawi

May 23, Marawi City -- “This has been, for us, the most meaningful and the most needed conversation on the reconstruction of Marawi,” said Drieza Lininding of the Bangsamoro National Movement for Peace and Development, Inc. Drieza has lived in Marawi for 32 and was among the 600,000 residents displaced

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Posted on May 23, 2018

Misogyny and Authoritarianism: Duterte’s War on Women

May 2, Quezon City - Are misogyny and authoritarianism connected realities, like two sides of a coin? Why are they happening despite the notable advances made by women’s movements in the country? What do we need to understand about our society’s values and culture, and how is populism related to them?<

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Posted on May 02, 2018

Women Lead Resistance Against Misogyny and Strongman Rule

March 22, Quezon City - “Women should lead the call to reason in an increasingly chaotic, noisy and confused world,” said Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno in a forum on “Women vs. Strongmen: Filipinas Resisting” held on March 22 at the

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Posted on March 08, 2018

Reflections on Governance and Participatory Reforms and Challenges for 2019 and 2022

October 20, Quezon City - INCITEGov used to convene  “membership conversations” during its formative years as a way to have insightful deliberation and exchanges about the challenges affecting democracy, social justice, and development. At that

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Posted on January 08, 2018