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    Speeches

    • The Truth On Our Side

      Posted in Speeches on Mar 03, 2017

      3 March 2017 Misinformation in Social Media Forum, Coalition for Better Education, Cebu Eastern College In the 2002 edition of their book, Manufacturing Consent, Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky doubted that the Internet could be a democratic media vehicle. They argued that while the Internet was a promising tool for criticism, it would have

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    • The Demands of Peace

      Posted in Speeches on Mar 01, 2017

      1 March 2017 Speech at the 2017 Global Peace Convention, Ceremonial Hall, 1/F, Marriott Grand Ballroom, Pasay City For anyone whose life work is to promote peace, the times we live in pose a formidable challenge. Peace is not merely elusive; violence is being actively encouraged in many places in the world right now. We

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    • The Science and Numbers Behind Empowerment

      Posted in Speeches on Mar 01, 2017

      1 March 2017 Message at the 13th Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) Philippines, Grand Ballroom, 4/F, Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria, Ortigas First of all, thank you so much for having me today. As I was reading the program, I noticed the rich lineup of topics like transformative governance, evidence-based approach to policy making, and maximizing

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    • Message at Manay Gina de Venecia’s Birthday

      Posted in Speeches on Feb 28, 2017

      28 February 2017 Haven for Women, Alabang, Muntinlupa City Matagal na po naming pinagkukuwentuhan ‘yung haven. Kinukuwento ko po sa kanya na, noong dati wala pa ako sa pulitika. Hindi pa ako Congresswoman, hindi pa ako Vice President. Ako ‘yung nag-aabugado para sa mga kababaihan at mga kabataan na dumaan sa pang-aabuso. Pero masuwerte kayo

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    • Upholding Freedom

      Posted in Speeches on Feb 24, 2017

      24 February 2017 Closing Remarks at the Relevance of the 1986 EDSA People Power Today Forum, School of Economics Auditorium, UP Diliman It has been 31 years since our people took to the streets in peaceful revolt. I still remember those days. I was a shy and impressionable probinsyana, and my time as a university

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