Advocacy Update

Job Announcement: Advocacy and Partnerships Officer

July 7, 2022

Posting date: 7 July 2022 For immediate hiring PLCPD is looking for an individual who is interested to work full-time as Advocacy and Partnerships Officer (APO).  The APO will be assigned to the organization’s advocacy on: tobacco control.   Interested applicants may send their CV and letter of application to Address your communication to Mr. Romeo Dongeto, Executive Director.   Main Functions of the Advocacy and Partnerships Officer:  develops and implements a […]

Sustainable, low-carbon, at equitable energy, ngayon na!

June 29, 2022

In the 48th episode of the Usapang Human Development Series, the panelists will discuss about the transition of the country to renewable energy (RE) as a sequel to UHD’s Episode 46: “Mas Malinis na Enerhiya, Ngayon na!“. The episode aims to address gaps in transitioning to RE and consolidate plans of the House of Representatives […]

New Spotlight Episode: Malinis na Hangin, Ipaglaban Natin!

June 24, 2022

Join Ms. Isa Suarez from the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air as she reveals the gravity of the country’s air pollution problem as well as what concrete actions can be taken to mitigate its effects. Watch the episode on PLCPD Facebook page: #CleanAirForAll

Renewable Energy: Mas Mura at Malinis na Enerhiya, Ngayon Na!

June 17, 2022

Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities’ Partnerships and Advocacy Advisor Mr. Francis Dela Cruz talks about why switching to renewable energy is the most logical and viable solution to rising electricity prices and the climate crisis. RenewableEnergy #CleanEnergy

Mas mura at malinis na enerhiya, ngayon na!

June 9, 2022

Environmental experts, advocates, and a representative of the Department of Energy (DOE) gathered for the 46th episode of the Usapang Human Development series held on June 9 to discuss the state of renewable energy in the country, the roadblocks to achieving a fully renewable energy mix, and the larger challenge of engaging Congress to ensure that […]

Child rights advocates call on President Duterte to veto Vape Bill

June 7, 2022

June 7 – Child Rights Network (CRN), the largest alliance of organizations and agencies pushing for children’s rights legislation in the Philippines, called on President Rodrigo Duterte to veto the consolidated House Bill 9007 and Senate Bill 2239 or the Vaporized Nicotine Products Regulation Bill once the ratified bill reaches Malacañang. CRN reiterated the dangers […]

Young people call on the President to Veto the Vape Bill

June 1, 2022

Young people are taking a stand against the so-called “anti-health” vape bill, which will weaken existing law and the executive order against Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) or Electronic Non-Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENNDS), also known as e-cigarettes or “vapes,” as a government institution dedicated to the well-being of young Filipinos.  In celebration of this year’s […]

Majority of Pinoys believe funding for family planning important

May 5, 2022

8 in 10 Pinoys think women are equally capable of taking leadership roles Almost nine in 10 Filipino adults believe that it is important for the government to allocate adequate public funding for modern methods of family planning. In a March 2022 Pulse Asia Survey, 88 percent of respondents said that it is important that […]

READ: What is your idea of a safe road?

May 5, 2022

Join PLCPD, Child Rights Network (CRN) Philippines, and UNICEF Philippines in celebrating Road Safety Month! With the theme Streets for life: why #love30?, this year’s Global Road Safety Week underscores the need to secure national and municipal policy commitments in implementing 30-kilometer speed restrictions in urban areas and to build local support for such low-speed […]