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How do the senatoriables fare on contractualization?

May 4, 2019

Endo has not been ended. Various forms of contractualization are still abound and continue to subject millions of workers to low paying insecure jobs without benefits. Who will act to end contractualization once and for all?

How do the senatoriables fare on jobless growth in the Philippines?

April 26, 2019

Amid government claims of robust economic growth, millions of Filipinos are still unemployed or forced abroad to find work. How do the candidates think the problem of chronic joblessness can be solved?

How Do The Senatoriables Fare? : Rice Tariffication Law

April 18, 2019

The Rice Tariffication Law supposedly ensures food security by liberalizing rice imports and making farming globally competitive. However, Filipino farmers see it as a threat to their livelihood. Some vouch for it, while others side with the dissenting voice. Who’s who?

Family living wage for a family of five members in NCR

April 14, 2019

“The choice of official poverty lines is a political one. Setting a high standard indicates the government having a high level of ambition for poverty eradication. Government, however has chosen to set a low standard – in this case, the Php10,481 per month or Php69.87 per day poverty threshold – which results in tens of […]

The Worst Job Creation In Nine Administrations and Six Decades

April 7, 2019

Not creating enough decent jobs is among the worst problems of the economy. Filipinos are forced abroad, suffer poor quality work, or are jobless because of neoliberal policies especially since the 1980s. Despite hyped economic growth, employment generation under the Duterte administration is at its worst in over 60 years. #MalalangEkonomiya #MayMagagawa #PeopleEconomics #BeyondElections2019

40 Years of Research for the People

April 2, 2019

For over forty years, IBON has sought to explain socioeconomic and political issues to the public as our contribution to Philippine democracy and the cause of genuine progress and development. We have always been transparent about our bias for the majority of Filipinos who are persistently marginalized and about our opposition to unjust and inequitable […]