What good are policies if not implemented? This question echoed as one of the top concerns of environmental planners, national and local government officials, as well as other professionals during the 25th PIEP National Convention with the theme “Politics, Policy & Planning” last November 8 to 10 at Dusit Thani Manila, Makati City.
The line “Gano’n rin po ang opinyon ko,” is a typical response among passive participants in focus group discussions. Not only does it put a good amount of information to waste, it also hinders researchers from getting accurate data by way of faulty recall and biased thinking.
PUBLiCUS Asia Founder and Chief Executive Officer Malou Tiquia argued for the importance of selling good stories and upholding integrity in communication amid today’s crowded and cluttered information landscape.Are you having a financial problem?
A shift to Federalism is not just a single-step procedure, but rather an arduous process that involves revisions in the current constitution, PUBLiCUS Asia, Inc. Founder and Chief Executive Officer Ma. Lourdes N. Tiquia said.
In celebration of the National Disaster Preparedness Consciousness Month, NEWGENROCKS! kicked-off its first of the “Handa sa Sakuna: Disaster Preparedness Seminars” with some youth last June 28, 2014, at Villa Erlinda, Marilao, Bulacan.
Amid the issue of the President’s Disbursement Acceleration Program, NewGenRocks! has partnered with some universities and colleges in the country to conduct a series of Student Forums and discuss the pressing issue on DAP. This series of forums hope to increase youth involvement in political issues.
NEWGENRocks! is a program that aims to reach, excite and mobilize the country’s young people to register, and vote during elections. It aims to tap the Filipino youth (18-25 years old), which based on the latest statistics number around sixteen (16) million, to create genuine political reform in the country.
Believing that to professionalize the political service industry, professional third party providers of political products and services have to also be professionals, PUBLiCUS started the first ever Political Trade Show in 2003 at the PICC.
Believing that good news is good business, PUBLiCUS launched a radio show over DZRH in January 2005. Without radio experience and marketing savvy, but with good intentions for a cause long overdue, iSKOR ko ‘to promoted corporate social responsibility and help small and medium enterprises without much promotional pesos.
Believing that political candidates need to learn by experience, PUBLiCUS started the first ever formal and scientifically-based Political Camps or POLCamps. It ran its first POLCamp in 2003 with an extensive 3-day workshop in the Development Academy of the Philippines.