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Martial law webinars september 21-25, 2020

WEBINAR: Critical Perspectives on the Martial Law Era or Critical Perspectives on the Martial Law Regime Thursday, September 24, 2020 Features, the following discussants: Millard O Lim , Martial Law and Coup d’Etat in 1972; Carmel V Abao, PhD, Is Duterte A Resurrected Marcos: Dictatorship and Authoritarian Populist Regimes; Jennifer S Oreta, PhD, The Military during Martial …

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Activism & Political Discourse on the 48th Year since the Declaration of Martial Rule in the Philippines

LEST WE FORGET Activism & Political Discourse on the 48th Year since the Declaration of Martial Rule in the Philippines Virtual Tour Event Registration Lest We Forget Activism and Political Discourse is a platform for staging voices on the 48 years of remembering Martial Law in the Philippines. Find out more by visiting Insights and …

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Podcast: Pandemic Leadership: Duterte Versus Leni

Podcast: Pandemic Leadership: Duterte Versus Leni showcases Dr Melay Abao’s critique of Duterte’s crude crisis messaging while she presents the importance of  decisive speech in crisis mobilization during a pandemic. Read and listen to her in Rappler’s rendition 

Department of Political Science of the School of Social Sciences of ADMU, is Ambassador Rodolfo C Severino Jr Endowment for Diplomacy and International Relations Grantee

The Department of Political Science of the School of Social Sciences of the Ateneo de Manila University has been recently awarded the Ambassador Rodolfo C Severino Jr Endowment for Diplomacy and International Relations last August 17, 2020. The endowment is established in honor of Amb Rodolfo Severino Jr’s distinguished contribution to Philippine foreign policy  and scholarship in the …

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Speak Out Session 4: Buhay Pa Ba Ang Press Freedom Sa Bansa?

Isang mainit na topic na naman ang pag-uusapan natin sa #SpeakOutPH! Is Press Freedom still alive in the Philippines? ‘Yan at iba pang kontrobersyal na usapin ang dala namin ngayong hapon kasama ang ating hosts na sina Real Talk Darbs at Aya Fernandez with our special guests Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, Rappler’s Rambo Talabong and …

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Joint Statement of the Departments of Communication & Political Science of the Ateneo de Manila University – Loyola Schools on the Cyber Libel Verdict against Rappler’s Maria Ressa and Rey Santos Jr.

We, the undersigned faculty of the Department of Communication and the Department of Political Science of the Ateneo de Manila University, strongly condemn the conviction of Rappler’s Maria Ressa and Rey Santos Jr for cyber libel. We view Maria Ressa’s conviction as the Duterte administration’s latest attempt to dismantle the checks and balances of a democratic …

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Proposed Anti Terrorism Law: Implications on security, institutions, gender, education and human rights

Watch the ADMU Political Science Department’s Round Table Discussion on the Proposed Anti-Terrorism Law (House Bill No. 6875) featuring Drs Jennifer Oreta, Carmel Abao, Ma Lourdes Rallonza, Anne Lan Candelaria and Atty Ricardo Sunga III who argued the intersectional implications of the bill on security, institutions, gender, education and human rights. Moderated by Department Chair, Dr Diana …

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Vox or Beks Populi?

“Beks Populi” is a spin on the phrase “vox populi”. Consist of the Ateneo Department of Political Science’s young male faculty, its origins can be traced from one afternoon of playing around with Oliver Quintana’s keyboard with the aim of entertaining colleagues at the Political Science Department. Meet Oliver Quintana, Miguel Rivera, Arjan Aguirre, Gino Trinidad, Hansley Juliano …

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