Youth group Anakbayan today joined various sectors in condemning the cold-blooded murder of Grade 11 student Kian Delos Santos and the spike of drug killings under the guise of Oplan Tokhang perpetuated by the US-Duterte regime. The group also calls for militant protest actions in communities, schools, as well as universities all over the country […]

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Youth groups led by Anakbayan today afternoon held black ribbon protests at the University of the Philippines Diliman, Polytechnic University of the Philippines Sta. Mesa, University of Santo Tomas, and the Scout Rotonda, Quezon City to condemn what they described as the US-Duterte regime’s massacre of the poor amidst the recent spike in drug killings. […]

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Youth group Anakbayan today said it is President Rodrigo Duterte’s nonexistent support for Judy Taguiwalo that led to her rejection as Social Welfare Secretary. The group added that the removal of Taguiwalo from the Duterte cabinet all the more exposes Duterte’s bias for the pro-US militarists, technocrats advocating neoliberal policies, and corrupt bureaucrat capitalists in […]

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Calls for Day of Solidarity and Protest on August 17

Youth group Anakbayan today joined various sectors in condemning the Duterte government’s plan to harass the Lumad “bakwit school” camp in the University of the Philippines Diliman. The group also called for a “Day of Solidarity and Protest vs Martial Law and Fascism” on August […]

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We condemn the US-Duterte regime’s plan to harass the Lumad bakwit camp in University of the Philippines Diliman.

According to reports, an inter-agency meeting convened by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Malacanang, National Commission on Indigienous Peoples (NCIP) and Department of Justice (DOJ) held a few days ago mapped out a plan to […]

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Youth group Anakbayan today called on the Filipino youth and people to unite to demand a stop to plans by the United States (US) military to hold airstrikes against supposed terrorist targets in the Philippines. The group said the planned US airstrikes in the country only exposes President Duterte as a puppet of US imperial […]

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Youth group Anakbayan today condemned the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) for approving the ‘mandatory’ drug testing policy for admission in universities and colleges, saying this only makes students targets of the Duterte administration’s bloody Oplan Tokhang.

“Duterte’s brutal war on drugs has resulted in the killings of thousands from police operations and gangland-style summary […]

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Youth groups, students from Lumad Schools, and various student organizations troop to the University of the Philippines Diliman Palma Hall steps today afternoon after President Duterte signed the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act.

Youth group Anakbayan congratulated the students, parents and administrators for what it called “a victory of the Filipino youth and […]

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Anakbayan congratulates the students, parents and administrators for this victory of our collective struggle for free education.

If signed in full and without conditionalities whatsoever, the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act should provide free tuition and other schools fees for SUCs, LUC, and voch-tech. This should effect a “no collection policy” in […]

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Youth group Anakbayan is calling for protest actions against the Duterte government’s removal of free tuition funds for State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) in the 2018 budget and its refusal to implement a no-collection policy in the country’s 114 SUCs.

The group called on SUC students, faculty, and administrators to hold a month-long series of […]

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Anakbayan condemns in the strongest terms the US-Duterte regime for discontinuing free tuition funds for State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) in the 2018 budget and for refusing to implement a no-collection policy in the country’s 114 SUCs.

In the backdrop of its allocation of additional funds for military spending and martial law, the war on […]

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