A Sumifru worker shows us how to make keychains and tumblers. They sell these items to sustain their fight for regularization and for the right to form a union. They have left Compostela Valley in […]
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Amid power interruptions because of combined forced power outages due to maintainance and various power plants’ system problems, we share the introduction of the December 2014 IBON Facts & Figures issue titled “Alternative to Power […]
The Rice Tariffication Law supposedly ensures food security by liberalizing rice imports and making farming globally competitive. However, Filipino farmers see it as a threat to their livelihood. Some vouch for it, while others side […]
The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) recently attributed reduced poverty in the first semester of 2018 to the rising quality of jobs under the Duterte administration. But research group IBON said that dismal jobs […]
The Committee to Protect Journalists and Alliance for Journalists’ Freedom representatives hold briefing with media regarding their current mission in the Philippines. (Photo by Alyssa Mae Clarin/Bulatlat) “This is a very great concern for the […]
(Photo grabbed from Facebook page of Lito Ocampo) “It is not just an issue of poverty but also of the president’s intolerance of dissent.” By ALYSSA MAE CLARIN Bulatlat.com MANILA — “Is the legal and […]