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[PRESS RELEASE] GROUPS ACCUSE MMDC OF NEW VIOLATIONS -ATM
Anti-mining Coalition in Cantilan, Nagpakabana Na CarCanMadCarLanon (NNC), once again declared battle against MarcVentures Mining Development Corporations (MMDC) for the company’s alleged violation of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau’s (MGB) stoppage order issued on April 22, 2014.
[PRESS RELEASE] MARTIAL LAW VICTIMS OF HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES MAY FILE CLAIMS STARTING MAY 12
The Human Rights Violations Victims Claims Board (HRVVCB) has approved on Thursday, April 24, 2016 the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) for RA 10368 also known as Martial Law Victims’ Reparation and Recognition Act of 2013.
[STATEMENT] HUMAN RIGHTS VICTIMS’ CLAIMS BOARD CONDUCTS CONSULTATIONS, SETS PERIOD FOR APPLICATIONS
The Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board, tasked with the implementation of RA 10368 providing for reparations and recognition to victims of human rights violations during the Marcos regime, has started conducting consultations on the draft Implementing Rules and Regulations on 2 April 2014.
[STATEMENT] WHERE’S OUR BONUS? TEACHERS ASK DEPED, DBM -TDC
While the DepEd defended the bonuses provided by the government to its employees since 2012, the Teachers’ Dignity Coalition (TDC) reiterated its opposition to the performance-based bonus (PBB) scheme under the Aquino government’s performance-based incentive system (PBIS) which President Noynoy Aquino decreed in his Executive Order No. 80 in 2012.
[PRESS RELEASE] TDC SLAMS THE DELAY OF TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE BASED-BONUS (PBB)
The Teachers’ Dignity Coalition (TDC) slams the Department of Education (DepEd) for another delay in a bonus that supposedly given by the end of year 2013. The performance-based bonus (PBB) is part of the productivity based-incentive system (PBIS) under the Salary Standardization Law-3 enacted in 2009 and implemented since year 2012 under the Executive Order No. 80 signed by Pres. Noynoy Aquino. The other incentive is the productivity enhancement incentive or PEI amounting to P5, 000.00 and given to all the employees and officials of the government.
[STATEMENT] ON THE DEATH OF JEFFREY/ JENNIFER LAUDE -KAISA-KA
But more than grieving for the dead, we are angered that our government has knowingly placed us, its citizens, in an untenable position with the extra-territorial privileges we have signed away through the security agreement, Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement or EDCA.
[PRESS RELEASE] TEACHERS CALL FOR SUSPENSION OF K-12 PROGRAM -TDC
“This is the general sentiment of our teachers in the field. After more than two years of implementation, the K-12 system is still in trial stage, and our children and their future should not be put in trial and error.” Said Benjo Basas, a Caloocan City teacher and the group’s national chairperson
[PRESS RELEASE] TDC ASKS DEPED TO STOP IMPLEMENTING NEW PERFORMANCE RATING
“Based on the ‘roll-out’ in the field, this RPMS places our expected output beyond 100 per cent. We view this as nothing but burden, especially that the teachers’ tasks and delivery of output are not easily quantifiable because of the peculiarity of our work. Thus, RPMS would only result to confusion if not exploitation.” Said Benjo Basas in a letter addressed to DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro.
[PRESS RELEASE] LABOR GROUPS DEMAND CLAMP DOWN ON MANPOWER COOPS -NAGKAISA
“Cooperativism is akin to unionism hence we cannot, in principle, go against the concept of cooperativism. However, the relationship is becoming adversarial when a cooperative transforms itself into a conscious instrument for undermining labor rights,” said Wilson Fortaleza, Partido ng Manggagawa spokesperson and Nagkaisa convenor.
[STATEMENT] RECTIFY HRV CLAIMS BOARD: ALL SHOULD QUALIFY -PAHRA
Representatives from the Security Forces cannot be part of the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board unless they individually were involved “in efforts against human rights violations committed during the regime of former President Ferdinand E. Marcos”. Members of the Claims Board are already being judged of their human rights performance during the Marcos regime, and not just of how each would work for the effective disbursement of compensation money.