Tag: economics for Filipinos

Ways to Peace

April 9, 2017

https://www.facebook.com/IbonFoundation/videos/10158456926535162/ Concrete steps to social and economic reforms become ever more urgent amid raging, widespread landlessness, poverty, joblessness and inequality. It is free land distribution, a strong domestic industry and expanded social services that will certainly benefit millions of Filipinos.

IBON promotes “Economics for Filipinos” with National Book Awardee

November 20, 2016

During National Book Week, research group IBON is set to launch its 2017 “Economics for Filipinos” planner with recently-proclaimed National Book Awardee Manix Abrera. Themed “Promoting Pro-people Economics for Filipinos”, the 2017 IBON planner was illustrated by the  celebrated Philippine Daily Inquirer cartoon strip “Kiko Machine” artist and author. His recent work “News Hardcore!” earned […]

2017 IBON Planner “Promoting pro-people economics for Filipinos” excerpts

November 20, 2016

  “This year, IBON highlights twelve points for nationalist and progressive economics. These counterpose the neoliberal economic policy-making that worsen poverty and inequality in the Philippines. Neoliberal  economics results in joblessness, job insecurity, decrepit social services, and foreign plunder of our natural resources. “These twelve points are drawn from the People’s Agenda for Change. The […]

#BeyondElections2016: Eleksyon, Libro, Lapis at KAPE

April 14, 2016

Tagged ELEKSYON, LIBRO, LAPIS at KAPE, the IBON Bookshop reopens with a sale today, 1pm at #114 Timog Ave with the #‎BeyondElections2016‬ theme. IBON features its publications including its flagship Facts & Figures, Birdtalk, Kontra Gahum, Stop the Killings, Permanent People’s Tribunal documents, Kabuhayan Karapatan at Katarungan, Serve the People and other socio-economics and cultural rights […]

Of #BeyondElections2016 and the IBON Bookshop

April 6, 2016

The IBON Bookshop welcomes the public on 14 April 2016, 1pm with the theme #BeyondElections2016. During the election period, IBON takes the opportunity to drumbeat its ‘economics for Filipinos’ advocacy.