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Borderless Ideology and the Road to the Emerging Democracy: The Asia Pacific Greens Federation Study Tour

This Study Tour was under the gracious guidance by the Australian Greens from May 15 to June 26, 2016. Naturally, I have been looking forward to this trip for both the personal and institutional development at the end of my study tour. My itineraries were distributed into three (3) parts: (1) May 15-24, 2016 is devoted for Study Tour which comprise most of my narratives here; (2) May 25-26, 2016 for the Face-to-Face meeting of the Council which I belong too (Asia Pacific Greens Federation); and (3) May 28 to June 25, 2016 is the extensive part which involves technically working in Sen. Lee Rhiannon’s office (on the 1st week), in the New South Wales Australian Green’s office (for two weeks) and to the Parliamentary office of David Shoebridge, MP, NSW Greens (last week). My itineraries were designed with the intention of comprehensively understanding the process undertaken during the formulation and the implementation of the Greens agenda in the different governance level among the Greens branch and to the community in general.

Village level Disaster Risk and Reduction Management process by Greens PH

Greens PH (Partido Kalikasan)'s Village-level Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (VDRRM) program highlights the low levels of public participation and familiarity with the Philippine's Disaster Risk and Reduction Management (DRRM) law.  Moreover, Greens PH's National Chairperson, Kiko C.


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