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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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Pabaon SOSS Speech From Dean Aldaba

Graduation season has begun. Professor Fernando Aldaba, PhD, the Dean of the School of Social Sciences addresses the new graduates of the School of Social Sciences (SOSS), Class 2020 during the yearly Pabaon event. Watch this video here or in the Facebook page of the SOSS.

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