Committed to working with and among legislative bodies from the national down to the local level, Philippine Legislators' Committee on Population and Development primarily works within the halls of Congress, devoted to developing policy champions and generating viable, responsive, and people-centered public policies on population and human development.

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We Are #TobaccoFreeGeneration Learning Exchange and Solidarity Rally

November 24, 2021

Inviting children and youth to participate in this learning exchange and solidarity rally! We will hear youth leaders call on legislators to pass tobacco regulation bills that protect public health and the protection of young people and reject bills that compromise their health and their future. For more information, visit the Facebook pages of Child […]

Young leaders assemble for another learning session toward a Tobacco-Free Generation

November 20, 2021

On World Children’s Day on November 20, around 30 promising young leaders who are participants of the Young Leaders Program on Tobacco Control attended the second issue-based session focused on the policy environment for tbacco control in the Philippines.     Atty. Sophia San Luis, Executive Director of ImagineLaw, discussed the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control […]

We are Hiring!

November 17, 2021

Date of posting: 17 November 2021  Deadline for submission of applications: 30 December 2021  Position: Advocacy and Partnerships Officer (APO)  Main functions of the APO  1. Develops and implements a legislative advocacy plan for the assigned issues.  2. Develops and builds issue champions among PLCPD and non-PLCPD members thru person-to-person advocacy, provides oral briefings on […]

‘Tayo ang tutugon’: Various artists launch album highlighting key issues in upcoming polls

November 9, 2021

November 9 – What better way to drumbeat pressing issues of the day than through music? This is the concept behind the album “Tayo ang Tutugon,” a collaborative music album produced by various artists, singers, songwriters, and instrumentalists under the newly-formed collective Musicians for Democracy (MD). “Tayo ang Tutugon” features newly composed and produced songs […]