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Kinsa ang mga Lumad? Views from Indigenous LeadersSecond of a Two-Part Round Table DiscussionMarch 27, 2021 | 10:00 AM to
Join Ugnayang Agham Tao (UGAT) in the first of its two-part roundtable discussion on on March 25, 2021 at 10am via Zoom. The first part aims to unpack and unsettle the politics of naming for the Lumad.
The Philippine Sociological Society will hold its annual conference with the theme: “The Sociology of Vulnerabilities and Resistance: New and Emerging Challenges to Lives, Communities, and Places.”
The Philippine Migration Research Network’s newest publication, “Looking Back, Moving Forward: Philippine Migration Issues, Policies, and Narratives,” is now available for pre-orders at the PSSC Book Shop! The book will be available on March 15.
The UP Population Institute (UPPI) is pleased to announce the launching of the “Josefina V. Cabigon Memorial Scholarship” starting first
The Philippine Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA) Two Decades Later: What Worked, What Failed, What Now? Special issue for Aghamtao,
WEBINAR | Navigating the Future: Hope, education, and future lives among Filipino Migrants in Singapore
Philippine Geographical SocietyNavigating the Future: Hope, education, and future lives among Filipino Migrants in SingaporeSpeaker: Evangeline Katigbak-Montoya15 March 2021 (Monday),
The Philippine Social Science Council is pleased to announce that George Emmanuel R. Borrinaga, PhD has been chosen as the
Join the Philippine Association for Chinese Studies (PACS) in their General Assembly and Spring Festival Celebration on 13 February 2021