Rescue 550,000 new graduates from joblessness, prexy bets told

Kabataan Rep. Raymond Palatino challenged presidential aspirants to present a clear action plan on the 550,000 new graduates that will enter the workforce this summer.

Palatino said that his fellow youths have been tired of promises and that they need a clear-cut solution on the problem of joblessness plaguing the country.


Sa Buwan ng Kababaihan: Mga Eba ng tahanan, hikahos pa rin

Ngayong ipinagdiriwang ng buong mundo ang Sentenaryo ng Araw ng mga Kababaihan, sinasabing ang mga Pinay ay nananatili pa ring nakatali sa yapos ng kahirapan at oportunidad.

Ecumenical labor group releases info-video for automated polls

The Ecumenical Institute for Labor Education and Research (EILER), Inc., with the support from the European Union, has launched a info-video teaching the Filipino workers how to vote this coming May 10 elections using the automated electoral system (AES).

The farce about disbanding the private armies

The superstructure of political mafias and modern caciques and the material conditions that breed them are so powerful that piecemeal approaches to addressing this issue are self-defeating. One begins to think that in order to dismantle the private armies the first step is to put the political superstructure that promotes them out of circulation

34-M obrero babantayan ang kanilang mga boto

Babantayan ng mga botanteng manggagawa ng bansa ang kanilang mga boto kahit na automated o de-computer ang gaganaping eleksiyon sa darating na Mayo. Duda pa rin ang humigit-kumulang na 34 na milyong manggagawang botanteng hindi madadaya o madidisprangkisa ang kanilang mga boto.

NZ OFWs tell presidentiables: Bare plans on migration, labor

Migrante’s local chapter in New Zealand (NZ) challenges presidential aspirants to reveal their programs for labor and the migrant workers, saying that they want to know whether, like past administrations, the country will depend heavily on labor export and remittances to keep the Philippine economy afloat.