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Surfacing Narratives Towards Transitional Justice in the North and South: Weaving Women’s Voices – A Memory Project in Aid of Developing Transitional Justice Interventions

Project Title: Surfacing Narratives Towards Transitional Justice in the North and South: Weaving Women’s Voices – A Memory Project in Aid of Developing Transitional Justice Interventions Project Donor: AECID Project Recipient: Department of Political Science The project aims to contribute to developing strategies for redress for women victims/survivors of gender-based atrocity crimes before, during, and …

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Pilipinas Conference 2021: Agenda Setting for the Next Philippine Presidential administration

On Nov 22 to 26, 2021, Stratbase Albert Del Rosario Institute (AdRI) launched its annual Pilipinas Conference with its objective of track 2 collaboration in policy design and implementation in government. Last Thursday (Nov 25) Pilipinas Conference 2021 held a fourth panel on Advancing Multilateralism and Strategic Partnerships 2022: Philippine Foreign and Security Policy Outlook …

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The Code of Conduct for the South China Sea: An Ambassador Severino A Severino Lecture

The Carlos P Romulo Foundation in partnership with Ateneo de Manila University  launched the Inaugural Ambassador Severino A Severino lecture  on  the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea.  Experts in maritime security affairs and foreign and security policy, Dr Jay Batongbacal (UP Institute of Marine Affairs and IL),  Dr Alma Maria O Salvador …

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Security Sector Governance in Southeast asia: Context and Challenges

Feb 17, Weds, 4-530 pm Manila time Speaker: Dr Albrecht Schnabel | DCAF Geneva Center for Security Sector GovernanceReactors: Mr. Begi Hersutanto, Phd | Oculus IndonesiaMs Somsri Hananuntasuk, Committee for Union for Civil Liberty (UCL), ThailandMr. Mario Aguja, Phd | Mindanao State University, PhilippinesScholars from Myanmar (names will not be published for security reasons)Moderator: Jennifer …

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Workshop on Decent Work in Global Supply Chains [Webinar]

The Ateneo Political Science Department and the ILO’s Responsible Supply Chains in Asia (RSCA) programme presents a webinar- programme on “Decent Work in Global Supply Chains” on November 20 and 27. The webinar workshop is open to ADMU Loyola Schools students who are interested in the international labor system, labor governance and the impact of business operations …

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Philippine Youth Essay Contest on Atrocity Prevention is Open to Eligible Participants!

Philippine Youth Essay Contest On Atrocity Prevention ​ Requirements Youth & Atrocity Prevention in the Philippines in the Context of the COVID-19 pandemic 10,000 PHP cash prize for the authors of the top 2 essays of each category plus a certificate of high merit and the opportuniy to participate in a youth panel webinar to …

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Strengthening Of Women’s Access To Justice

The Department of Political Science is happy to announce that we have received a grant from the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation or Agencia Español de Cooperacion Internacional para el Desarrollo (AECID) for the implementation of project entitled “Surfacing Narratives Towards Transitional Justice in the North and South: Weaving Women’s Voices – A Memory Project in …

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Chair’s Message: To the PolSc and DipIR Graduates of Class 2020: A Message of Hope, Gratitude and Resilience

A first of its kind, Batch 2020’s exit experience exemplifies an adaptive change response. On March 16, 2020 the World Health Organization declared COVID19 a pandemic, propelling HEIs globally to migrate to online learning. In the Loyola Schools the traditional ceremonies that lead to the graduation of thousands of seniors was cancelled but only to …

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