13 November 2017 | 06:00 – onward

Photo from ACSC/APF 2017 FB

Tomorrow (13 November 2017), the ASEAN Civil Society Conference / ASEAN Peoples’ Forum 2017 will converge at P. Tuazon Street corner SEA Oil Gasoline Station in EDSA from Novotel Hotel at 6:00 in the evening and will take part together to People Power Monument at 7:00 in the evening.

The solidarity march hopes to draw 1,000 ACSC/APF international and local delegates from various civil society, academe and grassroots thereby bringing their own banners with respective issues and concerns on ASEAN. At the People Power Monument, each country representative of ASCS/APF 2017 will give their solidarity speeches and later to conduct a symbolic turn-over ceremony to Singapore delegates because ACSC/APF 2018 will take place in Singapore.

The said event will be festive as it will feature various cultural presentations and wearing their traditional/national attire from the Southeast Asia delegates. #


The ASEAN Civil Society Conference / ASEAN Peoples’ Forum (ACSC.APF) is a solidarity gathering of diverse civil society organizations in Southeast Asia, which organizes its own parallel activities during the ASEAN Summit. It is a broad civil society movement in ASEAN issues that has a strong mandate in representing and strengthening ASEAN Peoples’ voices. (see more at ascs-apf.org)

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