Understanding the global mining industry’s “Boom and Bust” behavior of weakening surges and worsening downturns is critical, as it affects the export-oriented and foreign-dominated local mining industry.
Month: March 2018
By DEE AYROSO
By CARLO MANALANSAN
“The concerns of women are still the same.”
“Public transport must not fall under big private businesses because it will only be a milking cow for them.”
“The local government is claiming our land but our elders know the land where they and the elders before them had lived. We put up this barricade in front of the marker delineating our CADT (Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title).
March 16 marked the 20th year of the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL) by the peace panels of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP). It culminated a series of formal talks held over…
By DEE AYROSO
Ni ANGELI MARIE AY L. CASAUAY Si tatay ang naghatid sa akin. Strike kasi ngayon, wala siyang byahe. “Mamaya anak, si nanay naman susundo. Kailangan makiisa ni Tatay, hanggang gabi.” Kahapon, bumusina nang malakas si Tatay. Sabi ng kalaro ko, “huling busina”. ” Mali, sabi ko, Lalaban sila Tatay.” Si Angeli Marie ay L. Casauay…
By RAYMUND VILLANUEVA
“The sincerity of both parties can only be measured by how faithfully they implement their agreements.”