[NEW PUBLICATION] Philippine Journal of Public Policy 2022

Gathered together in this year’s edition of the Philippine Journal of Public Policy (PJPP) are some of the most incisive articles probing the urgent concerns faced by the Philippines and the Southeast Asian (SEA) region. For the PJPP’s latest issue, scholars and experts drew on issues that ranged from the quality of teacher education and conflicts and politics of identity in Eastern Mindanao, to the Marcos regime’s effects on Philippine agriculture and peasantry. The SEA region also takes the center stage in studies and reviews about the Thai youth protests, the state of the LGBTQ+ individuals, and the revolutions that took place in the region. As a whole, this year’s harvest of carefully-selected submissions interrogates our then and now to help create the blueprint for a better national and transnational future.
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