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PHISO at the Asian Politics & Policy conference

Panel IV at 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM on November 29, 2017
Global IR in Southeast Asia: Exploring the Possibility of a Philippine International Relations… 143 more words

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AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION (AUC) CIVIL SOCIETY CONSULTATIVE MEETING ON THE NEW GENDER STRATEGY 2017-2021

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We, representatives of Civil Society Organization (CSOs) promoting gender equality and accountability for women’s rights in Africa, participants to the “African Union Commission (AUC) Consultative Meeting on the New Gender Strategy 2017-2021, from 27-28 October 2017, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia… 684 more words

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Celebrating the Scholarship of Professor Julio C. Teehankee

For the month of November 2017, PHISO is celebrating the scholarship of distinguished Professor Julio C. Teehankee.

Professor Julio C. Teehankee is Full Professor and Research Fellow of Political Science and International Studies at De La Salle University, Manila (DLSU). 285 more words

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Celebrating the Scholarship of Professor Temario C. Rivera

For the month of October 2017, PHISO is celebrating the scholarship of distinguished Professor Temario C. Rivera.

Professor Temario C. Rivera is the Maximo Kalaw Professor of Political Science in 1997-1998, former professor and chair of the Department of Political Science and currently a professorial Lecturer at the University of the Philippines. 393 more words

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Twenty-Sixth Communique of the ITS

“All of their symbols will fall. Their prayers, their idols, they will fall, for the imminent catastrophe of civilization, by the revenge in the name of our ancestors, and in the name of all the wild that inhabits and has inhabited the earth. 21 more words

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Celebrating the Scholarship of Professor Clarita R. Carlos

For the month of September 2017, PHISO is celebrating the scholarship of distinguished Professor Clarita R. Carlos.

Professor Clarita R. Carlos is the Elpidio Quirino Professor of International Relations (1995-96) and the Maximo Kalaw Professor of Peace and Environment (1994-95) of the University of the Philippines, Diliman. 164 more words

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