Contents with tag: Asia & Pacific
IBON International Executive Director Amy Padilla delivered the following reflections on what CSOs can do going forward, what needs to change and how.
IBON International is highly concerned that the recent cases of unjust arrests in the Philippines would precede repression on a larger scale.
What are key investment trends today that are affecting peoples of Southeast Asia?
The report validates civil society’s critique that big agricultural transnational corporations must stand accountable for contributing to ecological land degradation and the current climate catastrophe.
IBON International joins various organisations in expressing serious concern on the Memorandum Circular No. 15 released by the Philippine government’s Securities and Exchange Commission.
According to latest World Bank data on poverty, released October 2018, 46 percent of the world’s population continue to subsist on less than USD 5.50 a day by 2015.
IBON International joins movements in denouncing Bali authorities' moves to prevent a people’s conference to be held parallel to the Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund-World Bank.
We call for peoples around the world to stand in solidarity with the Filipino people and its organisations who have been active in forwarding people’s development.
Reflections on the workers' assertion of their rights and sovereignty.
IBON International joins various organisations in the Philippines and abroad in denouncing the Duterte administration’s tagging of Filipino rights advocates, activists and civil society as “terrorists”.