Imbitado ka sa UP CSWCD REDO Public Forum Series na pinamagatang Navigating the Bureaucracy from a People’s Perspective: Insiders’ Viewpoint. Pangunahing mga tagapagsalita ang dating kalihim ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) na si Dr. Judy Taguiwalo, dating Asst. Secretary Dr. Aleli Bawagan, at DSWD Team Malasakit. Markahan ang inyong kalendaryo sa October […]

From August 29 to 30, the Department of Women and Development Studies hosted 11 Japanese graduate students and their supervisor in an immersion into the intersectional and gendered social development perspectives and practice as part of the decades-long partnership between the UP College of Social Work and Community Development (UP CSWCD) and the Graduate School of International Social Development of Nihon Fukushi University (NFU) in Japan. The UP organizing team was led by Associate Prof. Roselle Leah K. Rivera, while the NFU delegation was led by Prof. Naoto Noda.

The 12th volume of the Philippine Journal of Social Development was formally launched last September 11, 2019, at the Audio-Visual Room of the College of Social Work and Community Development. Authors, reviewers, and members of the academic community witnessed the warm and joyous birthing of the PJSD’s latest addition which took a total of nine […]

The UP CSWCD Research and Extension for Development Office (REDO) successfully held a public forum on the New Centennial Water Source Project or the Kaliwa, Kanan, Laiban Dam Projects and its impacts on ancestral domains and indigenous peoples (IPs). The forum entitled “Kaliwa’t Kanang DAM(Nasyon)” was held last September 10, 2019, 1:00 to 5:00pm at the Bulwagang Tandang Sora, College of Social Work and Community Development (CSWCD). This was organized in partnership with the UP Diliman Gender Office (UP DGO), CSWCD Student Council, KATRIBU UP Diliman, Kalipunan ng Katutubong Mamamayan sa Pilipinas (KATRIBU), Philippine Task Force for Indigenous Peoples’ Rights (TFIP), and BAI Indigenous Women’s Network (BAI), and the Network Opposed to the New Centennial Water Source Project (NO to NCWSP). The public forum was attended by some 300 individuals from various IP communities, non-government organizations, academic and research institutions, students, faculty, church workers, and members of the press.