Event Title:

3rd I-Gov Talks with the theme “Road to Resiliency: Addressing Questions that Inspire Actions”

Venue:

Labor Governance Learning Center, DOLE Executive Building

Date and Time:

October 21, 2016.

Overview:

Three speakers have been invited to talk about their advocacies highlighting the keys to the resiliency of Filipinos and show the pathways to resilience-building among Filipinos: 1) Happy Feraren, Founder and CEO of www.bantay.ph, an anti-corruption web site (Question Topic: Why Make Wrong Things Right?”); 2) Cristina Liamzon, program coordinator of Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship Program for Overseas Filipinos and their Families (Question Topic: “Why Make Filipino Migrant Workers Drivers of Change?”); 3) Usec. Ma. Paz G. Luna of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (Question Topic: “Why Lawyer for the Environment?”); and 3) Ferdinand Lopez, professor, University of Sto.Tomas and faculty resource person for Philippine Cultural Education Program of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (Question Topic: “Why Not a Culture-based Education?”).

i-Gov Talks is a good governance platform of the Institute for Labor Studies grounded in the Department of Labor and Employment’s (DOLE) Integrity Development Initiative, which supports the moral renewal agenda of the Philippine government through Administrative Order No. 255, s. 2009. Under DOLE’s Integrity Development Initiative, ethics training, spiritual formation, and moral recovery programs form part of the doable anti-corruption measures strategy.