CSC Issue Paper 6

 TITLE: 
NGO Accreditation in Baguio and Benguet: A Preliminary Look on the Institutionalization of NGO Participation in Local Governance
AUTHOR/S:
Crisanda S. Bruno and Luce Agnes B. Simeon
DATE: 
March 1993

Description:

TThis paper documents, through a combination of observation and interviews with government officials and NGOs, the process by which NGOs were accredited in Baguio City and Benguet.

 

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CSC Issue Paper 5

 TITLE: 
Development Concerns, Needs and Priorities in the Cordillera
AUTHOR/S:
Peter M. Cosalan
DATE: 
March 1993

Description:

The paper presents results of the study designed to evolve informed perspectives of what development “is,” what the Cordillera development concerns, needs and priorities are, how Cordillera development may be attained and what development capabilities exist among the Cordillera households and communities.

 

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CSC Issue Paper 4

 TITLE: 
Cordillera People’s Industrial Enterprises
AUTHOR/S:
Department of Trade and Industry-CAR Technical Working Group
DATE: 
March 1993

Description:

This paper introduces the People’s Industrial Enterprises (PIE), then the centerpiece of the Countryside Agro-Industrial Development Strategy (CAIDS) of the Ramos government. The PIE concept, objectives, implementation strategies and linkages are presented in this paper.

 

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CSC Issue Paper 3

 TITLE: 
Politics of Environmentalism in the Philippines: Issues in Decolonization and Resistance
AUTHOR/S:
Antonio Contreras
DATE: 
February 1993

Description:

This paper gives an overview of the 1991 Local Government Code (LGC) and discusses the attempt to institutionalize the participation of NGOs in local governance. Emerging issues and problems in the implementation of the LGC are also presented.

 

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CSC Issue Paper 2

 TITLE: 
The Mass Movement and the 1992 Elections
AUTHOR/S:
Julio Macuja
DATE: 
June 1992

Description:

The 1992 electoral exercise was most unique with the participation of groups that traditionally shunned high profile and active involvement in elections. This paper is a preliminary attempt to capture the experience and dynamics of the mass movement in the 1992 elections and attempts to address the question of whether members of these mass movements achieved their goals during the 1992 elections.

 

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