An OFW who had been sentenced to death is said to be meeting his fate, in advance: by starvation in jail.
Fisherfolks in the Laguna Lake had assailed the plans of having the lake “privatized,” saying they will do anything to block the attempt to make the 94,000-hectare lake as water source for Metro Manila residents.
Students from the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City had created their “what-to-do” list to be submitted to Pres. Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III in order to guide him in resolving the problems of the youth sector.
Migrante Middle-East (ME) had expressed alarm over the spate of murders, victimizing overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the region. Last week, two Filipinas were killed, one by her Egyptian hubby and the other one, allegedly killed by her employers and her cadaver had just been dumped somewhere else, in the wide Middle Eastern desert.
As the new administration is now on the process of reviewing the current economic and political policies, independent think-tank IBON Foundation, Inc. had suggested to Pres. Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III to create economic policies that are pro-people or those which will not hurt the pockets of the poor.
Youth groups challenge new Commission on Higher Education (CHED) chief, Patricia Licuanan, Ph. D. to make substantive reforms in the higher education sector in the Philippines, especially on the issue of skyrocketing matriculation and other school fees.
Antipolo City, July 20, 2010—The Asian Migrants’ Coordinating Body or AMCB, a Hong Kong-based alliance of foreign domestic workers, assails the latest decision of the HK government not to include foreign domestic workers (FDWs) in the recent salary hike. Calling it “slavery, marginalization, and discrimination,” the new salary law had excluded FDWs in the statutory […]