About FNF Philippines
FNF Philippines Partners
Ateneo Human Rights Mechanism (AHRC)
The Ateneo Law School established the Ateneo Human Rights Center (AHRC) in July 1986. It initially offered a summer internship program, which was designed to provide law students with exposure to human rights work and advocacy.
Today, AHRC pursues its mandate of protecting and promoting human rights through various programs and services. It is engaged in providing legal assistance, research and publication, law and policy reform advocacy, education and training, institution building, law school curriculum development and values formation.
Ground floor, School of Law
Ateneo de Manila University
20 Rockwell Drive, Rockwell Center
Makati City 1200
Trunkline: (632) 899-7691 local 2109
The Philippine Commission on Human Rights (CHR)
They are the National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) of the Philippines. An independent office created under the 1987 Philippine Constitution and established on May 5, 1987 by virtue of Executive Order No. 163.
They derive their mandates from the 1987 Philippine Constitution and the other laws that have also entrusted other roles to us to protect and promote human rights and the human dignity of every Filipino and everyone in the Philippines.
They are an “A” accredited National Human Rights Institution. We comply with the Paris Principles on the Status of National Human Rights Institutions adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1995. In line with this, we endeavour to demonstrate the following characteristics of a NHRI: independence, pluralism, broad mandate, transparency, accessibility and operational efficiency.
SAAC Building, UP Complex. Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, 1101
Trunkline: (02) 8294-8704
Contact Numbers: +63 936 068 0982 (Globe); +63 920 506 1194 (Smart)
DAKILA envisions a nation of heroes. Its mission is to build a movement that inspires heroism and nobility of thought and action to effect social transformation by collectively providing creative avenues to awaken the individual, dismantle apathy and unleash their inner hero.
The three goals of DAKILA are awareness, education, and involvement - to make the public aware of crucial concerns affecting society, to educate both the audience and, more importantly, themselves about pressing social concerns, which should effectively inform the methods of creative expression and to be consistently and dynamically involved in activities geared toward achieving the common good.
Foundation for Economic Freedom (FEF)
Economists, policy-makers and business leaders established the Foundation for Economic Freedom (FEF) as an advocacy institution promoting market-friendly policy reforms. Its efforts are focused on public and corporate governance, small and medium enterprise development policies, agricultural liberalization, privatization and government expenditure reforms.
FEF has undertaken several extensive campaigns promoting liberalization policies such as: roundtable discussions, corporate briefings and public fora. It has also issued position papers and impact studies.
Room 105 PSSC Bldg. Commonwealth Ave.,
Diliman, Quezon City 1101
Telefax: (63) (2) 453 2375
Philippine Economic Society (PES)
The Philippine Economic Society (PES) serves as a network of economists in the academe, government and business sector. Its conferences and symposia provide a venue for discussion on a wide range of policy issues. PES also co-publishes the Philippine Review of Economics with the aim of adding to economic research and study in the country.
Asia Pacific Policy Center
Room 303-304, Philippine Social Science Center
Diliman, Quezon City
Tel: (63) (2) 9264615
Impact Hub is part of the largest network of entrepreneurs in the world. It is a shared workspace, event platform and local/global community network for individuals who believe in the power of collaboration and innovative business solutions that create and accelerate social change. The first Impact Hub was founded in London in 2005 and has evolved into a rapidly expanding global network of over 11,000 members in 82 shared workspaces (and growing) – from Amsterdam to Johannesburg, Singapore to San Francisco.
25th Floor, Picadilly Star, 4th Avenue corner 27th Street,
Bonifacio Global City
Center for Liberalism and Democracy
CLD is the Philippine liberal institute that provides policy recommendations and advocates freedom and democracy. It aims to promote and advocate the liberal principles of freedom and democracy; justice, social equity and human rights; and inclusive and sustainable development. It builds alliances and solidarity with like-minded organizations including political parties, civil society movements, corporations and corporate foundations, government agencies, media, and academia in the Philippines, Asia and the rest of the globe.
G/F ASG Building, 446 Epifanio de los Santos Ave, Makati, Philippines
+iMPACT Leadership is an organization that seeks to contribute to the painstaking process of nation-building by raising the next generation of transformational leaders. It does so by conducting capacity-building activities designed specifically to help young leaders across the country reach their fullest potential, with the hope of them being able to create a positive impact in their communities. The raison d’etre is simple: if we want to steer the nation towards a positive direction, we need a community of inspiring, authentic and effective leaders.
Council of Asian Liberals and Democrats (CALD)
The Council of Asian Liberals and Democrats (CALD) is an umbrella organization of political parties from eight Asian countries. These liberal and democratic parties have joined hands with the aim of exchanging ideas and discussing political solutions to the challenges of our times.
CALD has held numerous regional and international conferences and seminars and has published a series of books. The organization is led by a rotating chair-party, while the permanent secretariat is in Manila.
It was founded in December 1993 in Bangkok in the presence of Chuan Leekpai, the former prime minister of Thailand and South Korean President Kim Dae-jung.
4/F La Fuerza Plaza 2 2241 Sabio St., Don Chino Roces Ave.
Makati City 1231, Philippines
Tel: +632 8819 60 71
Kaya Natin! Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership
Formally launched in July 2008, Kaya Natin! began with an informal meeting among three progressive and outstanding local government leaders in the Philippines. The Ateneo de Manila University-School of Government through Harvey Keh set up a meeting with Naga City Mayor Jesse Robredo, Isabela Governor Grace Padaca, and Pampanga Governor Ed Panlilio in Club Filipino on June 10, 2008. The three leaders shared best practices and found out that they had common problems where they can support each other on. The meeting was covered by The Philippine Daily Inquirer and published on the front page the following Sunday.
The article elicited hundreds of email reactions from Filipinos all over the world, expressing their approval of the three government officials and offering support and encouragement for their fight against corruption.
Room 203, 21 Kaliraya St.,
Brgy. Doña Josefa, Quezon City 1113
Tel: (+632) 8353-5410
Rappler is a social news network where stories inspire community engagement and digitally fuelled actions for social change. Rappler comes from the root words "rap" (to discuss) + "ripple" (to make waves). It's a new world of limitless collaboration enabled by new technology and connected by social media.
Unit B, 3/F, North Wing Estancia Offices, Capitol Commons, Ortigas
Center, Pasig City 1605
Telephone: +632 661 9984
Facsimile: +632 576 3931