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    Speeches

    • Redefining the Role of Communication in Good Governance

      Posted in Speeches on Sep 22, 2016

      22 September 2016 Keynote Address, Communication Research International Conference (CRIC) 2016, UP Film Center, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City Thank you very much for inviting me to speak before you today. It is always good to be back home – here in UP – where the seeds of my political awakening were first

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    • Liberating the Poor Towards the Light of Empowerment

      Posted in Speeches on Sep 20, 2016

      20 September 2016 Keynote Speech at the CBCP 38th Anniversary Celebration: National Social Action General Assembly, Chancery Hall, Palo Cathedral Compound, Leyte Our gathering today is celebratory, not only because the CBCP is marking its 50th year of faithful service. It is celebratory also because you are now at a joyful juncture in the nine-month

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    • When The Best Women Win

      Posted in Speeches on Sep 20, 2016

      When The Best Women Win Posted on September 20, 2016 by Media Affairs - Admin 20 September 2016 Keynote Message, Go Negosyo Book Launch, 55 Inspiring Stories of Women Entrepreneurs, Manila Polo Club, Makati City There’s definitely something about women. There’s strength in our softness, steel in our smiles, there’s something compelling in our gentle touch, and when we win—others win as well. As I look at this room full

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    • Message of Vice President Leni Robredo during the Meeting with Local Officials in Batan Island, Batanes

      Posted in Speeches on Sep 19, 2016

      19 September 2016 Natutuwa po kami na nakarating po kami ngayong araw. Alam ninyo po aaminin ko, alam po namin na may bagyo pero parang nasasanay na po kasi tayo. Parang kami din sa Bicol dati. Dati po pag may pumapasok na bagyo sa Pilipinas, parang halos 90% dumadaan sa amin sa Bicol. Ngayon po

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    • Message of VP Leni at Hernani, Easter Samar

      Posted in Speeches on Sep 15, 2016

      14 September 2016 Alam ninyo po, papunta po ako dito, nasa sasakyan kami, sinasabi ko po sa mga kasama ko, ibang-iba na ang istura ng Hernani ngayon. Kumpara po iyon sa pabalik-balik na pagpunta ko dito, pagpunta pagkatapos ng Yolanda. Heto po, nandito po ako sa stage na ito noong nakaraang taon, diba, Vice? Nandito

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