The course is about the kind of governance needed to shift development on a sustainable path. It will introduce learners to principles that make for good governance, enable them to critique governance practices from the perspective of sustainable development, and explore effective advocacy strategies. Special emphasis is given to local governance and its role in (re)building sustainable communities.
“We need to act together . . . to get our vision solid as a nation. We need a sense of economic nationalism, a sense of what we as a nation, united, can be capable of and can aspire to be.” — PRRM Chairperson Wigberto E. Tañada
(Photo: Former PRRM President, now Chairperson, Bobby Tañada dialogues with farmer-leaders of Barangay Capitangan, Abucay, Bataan Province.)
March 8, 2014, Cocoon Boutique Hotel
Quezon City, Philippines