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On the Maritime Dispute between the Philippines and China

By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle
June 10, 2015

In viewing the maritime dispute between the Philippines and China, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) takes a position in the light of and within the framework of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). 925 more words

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July 15: 5 Things

1Standing in solidarity with all Palestinians resisting Israeli occupation, struggling for their rightful land and lives.  

From the International League of People’s Struggle’s statement… 260 more words

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MESSAGE OF SOLIDARITY TO TONGTONGAN TI UMILI

By Prof. Jose Maria Sison

Chairperson

International League of Peoples’ Struggle

May 24, 2014

 

As chairperson of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), I convey  warmest greetings of solidarity to the member-organizations and individual adherents of Tongtongan ti Umili-Metro Baguio, the distinguished chapter of BAYAN and Cordillera People’s Alliance. 742 more words

US OUT! A Teach-In/Webinar on the U.S. Military Pivot to the Asia Pacific and the Trans Pacific Partnership- SoCal Site

Join us at our Southern California school site for the National Teach in!

U.S. Out
A Teach-in Call/Webinar on the U.S. Military Pivot to the Asia Pacific and the Trans Pacific Partnership… 269 more words

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The Biimadasahwin Cabin Build Diary: Week One

Sunday 9 June, 2013.

Today marks our seventh full day here.  For many of our team of people representing different ILPS member organizations and peoples (with representatives from indigenous peoples of  1,110 more words

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Connecting Indigenous Struggles: Turtle Island and the Philippines

 

This morning Saturday 1 June 2013, I and other from associated ILPS Canada organizations–including an Filipina indigenous woman–will be headed up to northern Ontario (four hours north of Thunder Bay) to work on a grassroots project led by the women of the Ojibway Nation of Saugeen. 377 more words

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