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Kinsa ang mga Lumad? Views from Indigenous Leaders​

Kinsa ang mga Lumad? Views from Indigenous LeadersSecond of a Two-Part Round Table DiscussionMarch 27, 2021 | 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM The term lumad comes from the Cebuano language and means ‘native’ or ‘natural born citizen’; indigenous or ‘from the earth’. In a region whose lingua franca is Binisaya/Cebuano, lumad gained currency as a …

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2nd PSS Socio-Caravan Online 2021

PSS Socio-Caravan OnlineChallenges to Sociological Imagination26 February 2021, 6:00PM (GMT+8:00) | via Facebook How does academic freedom allow for genuine sociological imagination? The Philippine Sociological Society (PSS) brings you the 2nd Socio-Caravan Online of the year. Join the PSS discussion on how free discourse is a pre-requisite to genuine learning. This event will be held …

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Philippine Migration Research Network General Assembly

The Philippine Migration Research Network (PMRN) is pleased to invite everyone to their 2021 General Assembly on 1-2 March 2021! The theme is, “Looking Back, Thinking Forward: Status and Future of Post-Pandemic Migration Research.” The entire event will be held in Zoom Webinar. Visit the event portal: click here.Register now: bit.ly/pmrnga2021Registration fees: Members: PhP400.00 (inclusive …

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PAP Developmental Psychology Division Webinar Series

Register to join the Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP) Developmental Psychology Division’s five-part webinar series from February to March 2021! How to register? Make payment with the following information (and take a screenshot of successful payment): Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Account Name: Psychological Association of the Philippines Account Number: 0421-020868 Branch: Commonwealth Branch …

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LECTURE | ELT and the Digital Future: How Can Language Teachers Stay Ahead of the Curve?

The Linguistic Society of the Philippines (LSP) and the Lasallian Institute for Development and Educational Research (LIDER) invite you to a lecture on “ELT and the Digital Future: How Can Language Teachers Stay Ahead of the Curve?” by SEAMEO-RELC, Singapore language specialist Dr. Joel C. Meniado. Join via Zoom on February 13, 2021 (Saturday) from …

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PSS Socio-Caravan Online 2021

“Gen X”, “Millennials”, “Gen Z”How do we make sense of the present generation? The Philippine Sociological Society (PSS) brings you the first Socio-Caravan Online of 2021. Join the caravan and the book launch of Rethinking Filipino Millennials: Alternative Perspectives on a Misunderstood Generation! Thanks to the Back to School Sale of UST Publishing House and …

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PSA 2021 National Conference: 500 Years of Christianity in the Philippines

500 Years of Christianity in the Philippines After half a millennium, the impact and significance of Christianity in the Philippines and in the surrounding regions of the Pacific, Southeast Asia and East Asia endure. When Spain eventually established its presence in the late 16th century in the archipelago that would later become the Philippines, the Catholic …

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