Category: Tinig ng Bayan
The government’s systematic attacks against the people
February 5, 2019
The Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA) strongly condemns the treacherous, barbaric and heinous murder of NDFP Peace Consultant Randy Felix Malayao, early morning of January 30 in Aritao, Nueva Vizcaya. Malayao’s assassination is testament to the Duterte government’s callous disrespect to the principles of human rights, democracy, justice and peace. Randy Malayao is a well known […]
CPA welcomes removal of Cordillera activists on DOJ terror proscription
January 21, 2019
The Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA) welcomes the recent removal of the names of CPA leaders and other indigenous human rights defenders and activists in the amended petition of the Department of Justice (DOJ) to proscribe the Communist Party of the Philippines and the New Peoples Army as terrorist organizations. “While this is good news, the […]
Group welcomes Baguio City’s resolve to address toxic cosmetics issue
September 25, 2018
The EcoWaste Coalition, a Quezon City-based environmental health NGO, has welcomed the moves by the Baguio City government to address the problem on toxic cosmetics being sold in the city. The group had earlier written to the Office of Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan about the unlawful sale of contraband cosmetics that can expose consumers to […]
TRAIN 2 passage to worsen indigenous peoples’ plight – CPA
September 19, 2018
The Cordillera Peoples Alliance condemns the recent approval of the TRAIN 2 in the Duterte-controlled House of Representatives led by the newly-installed House Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo calling it a ruthless attempt to worsen the plight of indigenous peoples and the poor majority of the Filipino population. Last September 10, the Lower House hastily approved on […]
Baguio LGU urged to crack down on peddlers of dangerous cosmetics
September 10, 2018
The Baguio City government is being urged by an environmental health NGO to crack down on the unlawful sale of cosmetics containing chemical poisons such as lead and mercury. Through a letter e-mailed to the office of Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan, the Quezon City-based EcoWaste Coalition reported the sale of contraband skin whitening creams and […]
How secure is Burnham Park?
July 14, 2018
Burnham Park is considered as one of the most famous parks in the country that tourists visit. It is supposed to be a quiet and peaceful environment wherein you can relax and feel the cold breeze of the wind in your skin, but what happened now?
July 14, 2018
Many of us think it’s easy to enter the world of mass media specifically mass communication. Some people underestimate the course Mass Communication. Others even joke about it saying that this course is just Mass COMportable. They think that this course easy. If you are a mass communication student this is not new to you. […]
Would you still dare ride a taxi cab?
July 7, 2018
The City of Baguio is known as the center of education of Northern Luzon with the eight well-known educational institutions namely the Saint Louis University, University of the Philippines Baguio, Philippine Military Academy, University of Baguio, University of the Cordilleras, Baguio Central University, Pines City Colleges, and Easter College. According to the data from the […]
Gaano kaseryoso ang Baguio sa pagbabawal sa plastic?
June 30, 2018
Bago pa magkaroon ng Ordinance no. 35 series of 2017 o mas kilala sa tawag na “Plastic and Styrofoam-Free Baguio Ordinance” dito sa lungsod ng Baguio ay nauna nang naipasa ang Bayong Ordinance noon pang 2007 na naglalayon ding isulong ang pagbawal o paggamit ng ano mang plastic at styrofoam dito sa ating lungsod, ngunit […]
SK and KK, rise up!
June 23, 2018
After the election of Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) officials last May 14, 2018, elected SK officials will lead the welfare of the youth in the villages. The SK election was held after almost eight years, since the last polls in October 2010, because of several postponements due to proposed revisions of SK law. Elected by the […]