Anakbayan together with other progressive organizations launched a lightning rally on LRT 2 Legarda station against the recent fare hike on LRT and MRT.  The said fare hikes were enforced without public consultation.

On the recent fare hikes, fares for the Baclaran-Roosevelt route at LRT-1 would be raised from P20 to P30 (or a 50% […]

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Youth group Anakbayan together with different sectoral  organizations headed by peasant group Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP) commemorated the 28 year of Mendiola massacre. Progressive organizations marched from UST to Mendiola and called for land and justice for all peasants in the Philippines.

On January 22, 1987 KMP together with other progressive organizations marched to Mendiola […]

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“We call on everyone who is concerned about his/her fellow country folk to join the movement against state fascism and human rights violations. HRV’s will continue to pile up unless we end Oplan Bayanihan now. The most sure-fire way to end Oplan Bayanihan under the Aquino administration is to oust Aquino,” – Vencer Crisostomo, Anakbayan Chairperson.

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December 5, 2014

Anakbayan calls on youth groups to prepare for #TulongKabataan; assails Aquino gov’t ‘photo-op response’

Youth groups nationwide are preparing to help as Typhoon Ruby hits the country and are setting up ways to provide assistance and relief for those who are bracing for the strongest storm […]

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Youth group Anakbayan together with other progressive youth groups welcomed the arrival of the Manilakbayan, a Mindanao Peoples’ Mobilization for the Defense of Land, the Environment, and Human Rights that brings voices of concern on mining-affected communities and the attacks on environment defenders, near Mendiola.

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Youth group Anakbayan is in solidarity with the people of Brgy. Catmon, Malabon in resisting former NCRPO chief General Aglipay’s demolition plot. The uligan area in Brgy. Catmon is currently under the threat of demolition, because of Aglipay’s interest in expanding his container van storage in the area.

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Youth group Anakbayan today assailed the recent move of the House of Representatives (HoR) to give Pres. BS Aquino III emergency powers to reportedly handle the energy crisis.

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November 17, 2014

Youth Action Day: Youth groups call for Aquino resignation

Youth and student groups nationwide held campus assemblies and protest rallies today in different parts of the country to call for the junking of “dubious, exorbitant and redundant” school fees and call for the resignation of president Benigno Aquino.

Today’s […]

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The Anakbayan National Office condemns the cold blooded killing of Stephen Galidan, a sophomore student taking up Business Administration at the Mountain Province State Polytechnic College, reportedly by the elements of the Philippine National Police. In light of this, we would like to extend our deepest condolences to his family.

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Alliances Rise for Education Network and Youth Act Now together more than a hundred youth and students’ organizations are calling for a nationwide Youth Action Day on Monday, November 17, International Students’ Day.

Students from the University of the Philippines System, Polytechnic University of the Philippines System, University of Santo Tomas, Far Eastern University, Adamson […]

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“The Aquino administration failure to assert on the custody of Pemberton proves its obedience to its masters in Washington. While the family of Jennifer Laude cries for justice, Pres. Benigno ‘Amboy’ Aquino III is too busy defending VFA against its critics,” said Vencer Crisostomo, Anakbayan National Chairperson.

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Youth group Anakbayan today called the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) detrimental to the Philippines contrary to the blatant pro-us propaganda of the Aquino administration.

“VFA’s ambiguity provided the condition for the US to maintain their presence in the Philippines. Under the VFA the ‘activities’ done by the US troops are not defined, the number of […]

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