CSC Working Paper 20

TITLE: 
The Local Government Code of 1991 and People’s Organizations and Non-Government Organizations in Northern Luzon
AUTHOR/S:
Jessica Cariño
DATE: 
1992
Description:

This paper focuses on the role ascribed by the local government code (LGC) to the private sector, the NGOs and POs in local governance. It will look at the provisions of the LGC, present initial reactions to the LGC of various POs and NGOs in Northern Luzon, examine initial steps taken by these groups to avail of opportunities for local governance participation, and explore issues and prospects relative to the LGC.

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CSC Working Paper 19

TITLE: 
 Ibaloy Customary Law on Land Resources
AUTHOR/S:
June Prill-Brett
DATE: 
1992
Description:

This paper is the second of a two-volume final report of “The Study on the Customary Laws of the Ibaloy Cultural Communities of Benguet Province.” This volume discusses territorial boundaries, types of land as property, inheritance patterns and mortgaging. It also presents a discourse on customary law and national law on land as well as the conflict of customary law and state law.

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CSC Working Paper 18

TITLE: 
Issues on Cordillera Autonomy: General Summary
AUTHOR/S:
Steven Rood
DATE: 
1991
Description:

Results of the Governance and Public Policy (GPP) research program are presented in this paper. Executive summaries are extracted from the voluminous results of this multi-year team research to give an idea of the range of results obtained and to provide a context within which to contemplate the future of Cordillera autonomy.

CSC Working Paper 17

TITLE: 
Study of the Displaced Families in Apugan, Loakan, Baguio City
AUTHOR/S:
Jessica Cariño and Procorpio Resabal Jr.
DATE: 
1990
Description:

Results of this study are presented by drawing a profile of the current living and working conditions, problems and coping patterns of the families displaced by the construction of the Baguio City Export Processing Zone (BCEPZ). This paper examines the impact of displacement on the Apugan residents by investigating their current conditions.

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CSC Working Paper 16

TITLE: 
Political Opportunity and Political Welfare in an Upland Community
AUTHOR/S:
Violeta Adorable
DATE: 
1990
Description:

This research paper inquired into how much political opportunity and welfare were made available to the people of rural, highland communities. Research findings support the view that the greater the political opportunities afforded by a political system to its citizens, the higher the level of political welfare they enjoy. A discussion of these findings is presented in this paper.

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