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8 June 2024 – Six participants (five women) hurdle the gruelling 11-Saturday 2nd Cluster learning course (CLiCK 2) conducted by the NTUC Phl Leadership Institute (LEADNtI). NTUC CLiCK’s training for women and young workers for leadership uses improved modules from CLiCk 1 (2023) and the ITUC AP/DGB BW/ATUC mentoring manuals. The in-person course took place at the ObreNa Center in Quezon City. The teaching team, led by President Jhing Ogalinda, comes from NTUC Phl. Participating federations fully supported the program and participants’ expenses. The pilot (online) CLiCK 1 program in 2023 graduated 18 leaders (out of 28 participants).

Published by rudy Date posted on June 8, 2024
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2 May 2024 – NTUC Phl held a Joint celebration of International Safety Day (April 28) and Labor Day (May 1), on 28 April 2024, online, from Quezon City. The celebration revolved around two themes: Theme 1 on OSH as ILO fundamental principle, and Theme 2 on Negotiating ILO C190 provisions in CBAs. Some 77 trade union officers connected from different places in the country.

Published by rudy Date posted on May 5, 2024
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8 Mar 2024 – Some 45 participants (six men), all but ten online, participated in the blended NTUC Phl International Women’s Day celebrations at the ObreNa Center in Quezon City. President Jhing Ogalinda, DGS Angelita Senorin, Asst Treasurer Cyril Doctor, and AGS Joan Bautista facilitated the program. A new 18-point Women and Youth Agenda for 2024-2028 was recommended for confirmation by the NTUC Phl General Council in April 2024. The Assembly discussed further work on WaY issues considering the Aug 18, 2023 2nd National Convention resolutions and the Philippine ratification in March 2024 of ILO Convention 190 on Violence and Harassment in the World of Work.

Published by rudy Date posted on March 8, 2024
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18 Aug 2023 – NTUC Phl 2nd Convention elects first woman president of a national center in the Philippines.

Published by rudy Date posted on August 21, 2023

August 21 at 11:15 AM · The National Trade Union Center of the Philippines (NTUC Phl) held its 2nd National Convention on August 18, 2023, at the Brentwood Hotel in Quezon City. The Convention was attended by over 150 delegates from trade unions all over the country, as well as guests from international and local…

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30 July 2023 – 18 participants (12 women) completed the pilot 10-Saturday Cluster Learning Course training women and young workers for leadership. The online course Zoomed from Quezon City was an intense program ranging from Time management to Artificial intelligence conducted by a teaching team from NTUC Phl. Participants endorsed the Course for institutionalization. The next course will start in Jan 2024.

Published by rudy Date posted on July 30, 2023
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27 June 2023 – NTUC Phl now sits in the NEDA STAKEHOLDERS’ CHAMBER ON SDGs. “The Stakeholder’s Chamber is a venue to promote understanding, develop ownership, and facilitate the emergence of well-aligned partnerships for the achievement of the SDGs. This serves as a platform of engagement between government and non-government actors for better resource management and coordination of the SDG targets and goals.”

Published by rudy Date posted on July 1, 2023

     

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2 May 2023 – NTUC Phl held a Joint celebration of International Safety Day (April 28) and Labor Day (May 1), on 29 April 2023, online, from Quezon City. The celebration revolved around two themes: 1 – Violence and harassment (VnH), Gender-based violence (GVB), and Occupational safety and health (OSH) Actions; 2 – Increased women and youth participation.

Published by rudy Date posted on May 2, 2023
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18 Aug 2022 – NTUC Phl 2022 Anniversary Program

Published by rudy Date posted on August 30, 2022

NTUC Phl celebrated its 4th Anniversary: listening to the Reports of President Rodolfo Capoquian; expressing solidarity with the people and trade unions of Myanmar in their struggle for democracy; further discussions on NTUC Phl’s labor agenda; Validation of the NTUC Phl/ITUC AP Build Up Manual, Lead Up Mentor Manual, and Lead Up Mentee Manual; and…

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28 July 2022 – NTUC Phl members say unprecedented difficulties spawned by COVID-19 and fallout from the Ukraine crisis and responses by government and employers have not been enough to start recovery from the large reversals in gains from decades of struggle for decent work and against inequality. These challenges from multiple crises, including from climate change, require radical proactive global, national, federation, local union interventions, and programs. They batted for their concerns and advocacies in online meetings with various government agencies.

Published by rudy Date posted on July 28, 2022

28 July 2022 – NTUC Phl members say unprecedented difficulties spawned by COVID-19 and fallout from the Ukraine crisis and responses by government and employers have not been enough to start recovery from the large reversals in gains from decades of struggle for decent work and against inequality. These challenges from multiple crises, including from…

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19 Aug 2021 – NTUC Phl holds it Joint Women and Youth Assemblies on the occasion of its 3rd Anniversary on 18 August 2021, via Zoom online. President Rodolfo M. Capoquian, in his message and report, cited growing tiredness, but firm determination, with 18 months ng community quarantine. He cited reports of suicides, mental unwellness, deeper poverty and increasing misery. He expressed apprehension that economic recovery might not include workers and their families, with deeper inequality worsened by the pandemic.

Published by rudy Date posted on August 28, 2021
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25 June 2021 – NTUC Phl members say difficulties spawned by COVID-19 and inadequate responses by government and employers have led to large reversals in gains from decades of struggle for decent work and against inequality and require proactive national, federation, local union interventions and programs.

Published by rudy Date posted on June 25, 2021

  The two batches of webinars on Employment Security Labor Relations with the theme “Human-Centred Future of Work and Work Relations in the Time of the Pandemic”  were conducted with the support of Japan International Labour Foundation (JILAF) in four hours in four afternoons Zoomed from Quezon City on 14-17 and 21-24 June 2021 Connecting…

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1 May 2021 – It was an early celebration of Labor Day for NTUC Phl affiliates gathered for the joint activities for Labor Day and the International Workers Memorial Day, also known as te International Day of Mourning for dead and injured workers and the World Safety and Health Day.

Published by rudy Date posted on May 3, 2021

ITUC AP General Secretary Shoya Yoshida stressed a new social contract for inclusive and income-led growth free from tyranny and inequaity for a principled recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. NTUC PHL President Rodolfo M. Capoquian, in his remarks, led solidarity calls (1) for workers killed and injured in workplace accidents, as well as departed trade…

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15 Dec 2020 – NTUC Phl holds 14 Dec online tripartite discussions on ratification of ILO Convention 190 on violence and harassment in the world of work

Published by rudy Date posted on March 28, 2021

The resource persons from ILO, BWSC/DOLE, PMAP (from recording) and NTUC Phl made presentations on the hughlights of ILO Convention 190, and the accompanying Recommendation 206, the implications on enterprises, what employers are doing to ‘continuously ensure safe and gender-responsive work environment’, what trade unions have been doing on gender-based violence (GBV) and violence and…

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18 Aug 2020 – NTUC Phl celebrates its 2nd Anniversary online, fully compliant with quarantine protocols.   

Published by rudy Date posted on August 21, 2020

In his report, President Rodolfo Capoquian cited both bright and grim developments as the pandemic sizzles. “Andami nating pinagdaanan sa loob ng isang taon.”

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15 Dec 2019 – NTUC Phl holds Dec 2019 Women and Youth Assemblies, reviews progress on Action Agendas

Published by NTUCPHL Date posted on December 31, 2019

The NTUC Phl Women and Youth Committees, in Joint Assemblies, met on 14 December 2019 in Quezon City to review progress in their respective Action Agendas and to plan next steps. The Assemblies (1) discussed progress in their respective Agendas approved on August 18, 2019; (2) heard the report of the NTUC Phl (training team)…

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18 Aug 2019 – NTUC Phl popped poppers at the opening of its Leaders Meeting and first anniversary celebrations in Quezon City.

Published by NTUCPHL Date posted on August 19, 2019

18 Aug 2019 – NTUC Phl popped poppers at the opening of its Leaders Meeting and first anniversary celebrations in Quezon City. President Rodolfo Capoquian cited the many center activities since NTUC Phl’s founding convention on 18 August 2018 : national, federation and local -level GBV workshops in 2018 through 2019; two successful national JILAF/NTUC…

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15 June 2019 – LIVING WAGES, REAL END TO ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, A DECENT FUTURE OF WORK, END INEQUALITY! -JILAF/NTUC Phl Workshops

Published by NTUCPHL Date posted on June 19, 2019

LIVING WAGES, REAL END TO ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, A DECENT FUTURE OF WORK, END INEQUALITY! 15 June 2019 — “LIVING WAGES, REAL END TO ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, A DECENT FUTURE OF WORK, END INEQUALITY!” were the resounding themes in the National Trade Union Seminars on Employment Security and Constructive Industrial Relations…

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NTUC Phl Women Committee Meets, Crafts Agenda for 2019-2021

Published by NTUCPHL Date posted on June 18, 2019

28 May 2019 – The NTUC Phl Women Committee met on 29 May 2019 in Quezon City to review what has been done and to plan for 2019-2021 activities. Women Chair Milagros Ogalinda chaired the meeting, attended by sixteen representatives from FFF, KMM, PACIWU, NATOW, NLU, NUBE, Obrero Pilipino, TOPPS, federations with existing federation women…

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BUILDING COMPANY MECHANISMS AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE (GBV) TARGETED BY NTUC Phl AFFILIATES

Published by NTUCPHL Date posted on June 17, 2019

14 December 2018 — Participants in the National Trade Union Center (NTUC Philippines) tripartite culmination activity on “Strengthening the Campaign for an ILO Convention and Planning Enterprise Level Campaigns on GBV in the World of Work” in Quezon City on 14 December 2018, reported on successes in the GBV campaign at the international and national…

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NTUC PHILIPPINES AFFILIATES IDENTIFY, PLEDGE TO PUSH, WIDE-RANGING ACTIVITIES AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE (GBV) AT WORK.

Published by cedric Date posted on April 19, 2019

  28 November 2018 — Participants in the National Trade Union Center (NTUC Philippines) one-day workshop on “Strengthening the Campaign for an ILO Convention and Planning Enterprise Level Campaigns on GBV in the World of Work” in Quezon City on 21 November 2018, identified and  pledged to push wide-ranging activities against gender-based violence (GBV) at…

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NATIONAL TRADE UNION CENTER PHILIPPINES HOLDS FOUNDING CONVENTION, GETS DOLE REGISTRATION.

Published by rudy Date posted on February 13, 2019

Eighteen federations formed the National Trade Union Center (NTUC Philippines) on 18 August 2018.

Brother Rodolfo Capoquian was elected President. Other officers are General Secretary Roland de la Cruz, Treasurer Milagros Ogalinda, Deputy General Secretary Dave Diwa, Assistant Treasurer Jesus Exequiel (Exie) Nidea. The Chairs of the Women Committee (Sister Florencia Cabatingan) and of the Youth Committee (Brother Wilmark Ramos) were provisionally elected to the Executive Board.

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July 15 – World Youth Skills Day

“Skills for everyone in times of AI!”

 

Invoke Article 33 of the ILO constitution
against the military junta in Myanmar
to carry out the 2021 ILO Commission of Inquiry recommendations
against serious violations of Forced Labour and Freedom of Association protocols.

 

Accept National Unity Government
(NUG) of Myanmar.
Reject Military!

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