Triple Whammy of Misery, Crisis and Liberalization: A Look at the Last Three Bills of Duterte Administration
With Duterte’s last three “legacy” economic bills supposedly aimed at the recovery and sustainability of the economy, the Freedom from Debt Coalition stands that the justification given by the government to implement and advertise these economic measures is flimsy and highly questionable. The Public Services Bill will reduce the role of the government in the […]
Amidst Multiple Crises: Women’s Fight for Survival, Safety, Security, Justice, and System Change The Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD) stands in solidarity with women all over the world in raising their voice against all forms of gender-based violence and in calling for an end to the systemic discrimination, marginalization and exploitation that […]
Employer: Freedom from Debt Coalition, Inc. Location: 13 Mabait St., Teachers Village West, Quezon City, Philippines Position Title: Policy Support Staff – Debt & Public Finance (Staff) Program: Economic Justice
The Media and Communication Liaison takes charge of the timely and quality Media Liaison to the Media of all campaigns and advocacy of FDC’s mandate thru face to face and online activities.
We, the members of the Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC), join today’s coordinated actions to condemn the Anti-Terrorism Law recently signed by Pres. Rodrigo Duterte. That the legislative measure breezed so swiftly through Congress—an institution notorious for the glacial pace at which it conducts its business—shows the unabashed subservience of the ruling majority in both […]