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The Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO), with its 6 national networks and 6 regional networks, representing more than  1,600 development NGOs, people's organizations and cooperatives nationwide, is the country's biggest coalition of NGOs working for social development.
     
 

 

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Wednesday, 22 July 2015 02:30

POSITION PAPER ON

the July 8, 2015 Draft of the Post 2015 Outcome Document 

Caucus of Development NGO Networks (Philippines)

16 July 2015

 

In general, we welcome the July 8, 2015 Draft of the Outcome Document, which will be the basis of the final inter-governmental negotiations in New York on July 20-31, 2015. 

We believe that the primary goal of development is the empowerment of the people and the satisfaction of their basic needs; that development should be integrated and holistic, taking into account both material and non-material needs; that it requires recognition of religious and cultural diversity; and that development involves cooperation among peoples of different nations.  We also believe that a peaceful and safe environment for our people, especially for the poor and the marginalized, is necessary for the development of our communities and our nations.  We further believe that development should ensure a harmonious relationship between people and their natural environment.

We view the draft document from the perspective of the key sustainable development principles in Philippine Agenda 21, which may be summarized as social justice and human rights, inclusion and sustainability.  

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Tuesday, 02 June 2015 10:46

We Denounce the Sneaky Approval of RBH 0001 on Second Reading

Change the Form of Government, not the Economic Provisions of the Constitution

 By: Coalition for a Citizens’ Constitution (C4CC)

 

The Coalition for a Citizens’ Constitution (C4CC) denounces the sneaky approval last week of Resolution of Both Houses 0001 (RBH0001) on second reading in the House of Representatives.

Instead of having an open debate on the Resolution, this was quickly passed by the plenary when the public’s attention was on the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL). 

RBH0001 seeks the amendment of particular provisions of the 1987 Constitution through the insertion of the phrase “unless otherwise provided by law” in several of its key economic policies. Through this insertion, the resolution effectively removes the permanence, predictability, and protection provided by the Constitution. If the measure succeeds in passing, the limits provided by the Constitution on foreign ownership of lands, natural resources, public utilities, media, educational institutions, and other critical industries will be rendered inutile, as the same would be subject to the whims of Congress and the personal agendas carried by its individual members.  The sneaky manner by which RBH 0001 was approved on Second Reading last week is a clear preview of what will happen should Congress approve that resolution. 

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Friday, 29 May 2015 22:25

 

Interactive Hearings with

Representatives of NGOs, CSOs, Major Groups and the Private Sector

On the Post 2015 Development Agenda

 

United Nations, New York

May 26-27, 2015

 

STATEMENT

For Roundtable Discussion 4: Follow up and Review

Andrea Maria Patricia M. Sarenas, Chairperson,

Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO), Philippines

 

Your Excellencies,

Distinguished delegates,

Dear colleagues,

After the post-2015 development agenda is finalized and adopted by the global community in September, the challenge of implementation would start.  Ensuring the attainment of the post-2015 agenda requires effective mechanisms for monitoring, follow up and review -  a holistic and robust accountability mechanism, which would include monitoring, evaluating and reporting on progress – or lack of progress, sharing of lessons and knowledge, and adoption and implementation of programs and approaches proven to be effective. 

 

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