Dr. Maria Ela L. Atienza, Co-convenor of the Program on Social and Political Change (PSPC) of the University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies (UP CIDS), discusses the legal and political issues surrounding the COVID-19 lockdown in the Philippines in a post in a Germany-based blog.
The research project “Marginalized Societies and the State in the Time of Pandemic: The Philippine Case” was once again featured in an article in the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
Dr. Eduardo C. Tadem of the Program on Alternative Development (AltDev) featured the findings of the research by UP CIDS AltDev and the UNESCO on the conditions and responses of marginalized communities in the time of the COVID-19 in two commentaries published in the online news outfit Rappler.
Findings from a report on the conditions and responses of marginalized communities in the time of the COVID-19 were featured on major news websites, a few days after these were disseminated in an online forum organized by the UP CIDS Program on Alternative Development (AltDev).
This paper seeks to answer the question: Through what FLOs can the senior high school (SHS) program be delivered? To do this, the paper takes stock of what the DepEd has done in the past to enact FLOs and revisits its experience in integrating ICT.
UP CIDS Political Economy Program (PEP) Convenor Dr. Antoinette R. Raquiza offers insights on the clamor to reopen the economy and the risks that come with it.
With schools and other educational institutions facing the challenge of shifting to alternative learning interventions and modalities, this technical note discusses ways on how leaders and administrators can evaluate their capabilities and generate additional resources from potential partners and sources.
Constitutional Performance Assessment in the Time of a Pandemic: The 1987 Constitution and the Philippines’ COVID-19 Response
The UP CIDS Program on Social and Political Change (PSPC) presents a series of reports on the political and governance responses of different countries and regions to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a new policy brief, economists Geoffrey Ducanes and Sarah Lynne Daway-Ducanes discuss a two-pronged strategy to solve the shortage of health care professionals in the country.
COVID-19 and Islamic Burials: Safeguarding the Dignity of the Dead
While national reports are extensively documented and macro numbers are often reported, there is a need to look more closely at how underprivileged sectors and communities respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This blog features policy commentaries that approach the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines through big data, inclusive and competitive agriculture value chains, business for peace, partnering spaces, and inclusive science.
This portal serves as a compilation of verified information and resource materials on the University of the Philippines’ actions during this public health situation.
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