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Liberal Party of the Philippines
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Liberal Party

At 76 years, the party is one of the oldest in the country and still has the closest elements of a program party of all parties. It offers the greatest potential for developing liberal ideas and policy concepts and translating them into practical politics. The party is fielding one candidate each for the 2022 presidential and vice-presidential elections: Leni Robredo (presidential candidate) and Kiko Pangilinan (vice-presidential candidate).

Website: liberal.ph
Office Address:
Balay Expo Centro Building

EDSA corner McArthur Avenue
Araneta Center, Cubao
Quezon City, 1109

Center for Liberalism and Democracy
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Center for Liberalism and Democracy (CLD)

The liberal think tank "Center for Liberal Democracy" focuses on developing liberal reform concepts and on exchanges on current issues between experts and politicians. In doing so, the think tank provides policy recommendations and advocates freedom and democracy. 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.

Website: http://cld.ph/
Office Address:
G/F ASG Building,
446 Epifanio de los Santos Ave,
Makati City, Philippines

Kaya Natin
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Kaya Natin! Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership

Kaya Natin is an NGO that works in the areas of electoral reform, civil rights empowerment, and the fight against corruption. In collaboration with Kaya Natin, the Foundation conducts events and activities on good governance at the local level. Here, best practices in the various areas of local politics are elaborated and made accessible.

Website: https://www.kayanatin.ph/
Office Address:
Room 203, 21 Kaliraya St.,

Brgy. Doña Josefa, Quezon City 1113
Tel: (+632) 8353-5410
Email: knmovement@gmail.com

Jesse Robredo Institute
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Jesse Robredo Foundation

The Jesse Robredo Foundation is a non-profit organization that seeks to continue and perpetuate the legacy of genuine public service and good governance by the late DILG Secretary Jesse M. Robredo. The JMR Foundation is committed to promoting development through empowering local communities. Foundation trainings as well as collaboration with reform-minded local politicians achieve high levels of dissemination and implementation of liberal best practices at the local level.

Website: https://jesserobredoinstitute.com/
Office Address:
Room 203, 21 Kaliraya St.,
Brgy. Doña Josefa, Quezon City 1113
Tel: (+632) 8353-5410
Email: jesserobredofoundation@gmail.com

Impact Leadership
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+iMPACT Leadership

+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.

Website: https: https://impactleadership.ph/
Email: impactleadership.ph@gmail.com


Liberal Youth
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Liberal Youth

Liberal Youth is the youth organization of the Liberal Party of the Philippines (LP), which advocates for liberal reforms with a focus on youth issues such as participation in politics, economic freedom, education, and human rights. Liberal Youth's web presence is on Facebook, as Facebook is most relevant to the target groups it seeks to reach.

Website: liberal.ph
Office Address:
Balay Expo Centro Building

EDSA corner McArthur Avenue
Araneta Center, Cubao
Quezon City, 1109.
Tel: +63 917 844 4216


Philippine Commission on Human Rights
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The Philippine Commission on Human Rights (CHR)

CHR is an independent National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) established under the Philippine Constitution back in 1987. CHR is mandated to protect and promote human rights and the human dignity of every Filipino and everyone in the Philippines. In collaboration with CHR, the Foundation strengthens human rights awareness and promotion in the Philippines through capacity building and learning exchange activities.

Website: www.chr.gov.ph
Office Address:
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)
Email: chad.pasco.chr@gmail.com

Ateneo Human Rights Center
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The Ateneo Human Rights Center (AHRC)

The Ateneo de Manila University is one of the most prestigious academic institutions in the country, and its Human Rights Center (AHRC) has been a long-time partner of the Foundation in the field of human rights.

The Ateneo de Manila University Law School established the Human Rights Center in 1986 to promote human rights awareness among the student body while providing a focal point for the public in cases of human rights violations. 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.

Website: https://ahrc.org.ph/
Office Address:
Ground floor, School of Law
Ateneo de Manila University
20 Rockwell Drive, Rockwell Center
Makati City 1200

Trunkline: (632) 8899-7691 local 2109

Dakila and ActiveVista
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DAKILA/Active Vista

Dakila is an association of artist activists who strengthen social engagement in Philippine society. 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.

Active Vista is a platform for social engagement, especially for youth, educators, artists and media professionals. Through creative and innovative educational approaches and a nationwide network, Active Vista is able to sensitize a broad target group on the topics of human rights and strengthening civic engagement.

Websites: http://dakila.org.ph/ 
Email: mabuhay@dakila.org.ph




Philippine Economic Society
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Philippine Economic Society (PES) 

The Philippine Economic Society (PES) serves as a network of economists in the academe, government and business sector. PES organizes annual conferences that are a key forum for free-market debates and development. PES is the largest association of prominent liberal economists in the Philippines and has a strong influence on economic policy reform processes.

Website: https://economicsph.org/
Office Address:

Asia Pacific Policy Center
Room 303-304, Philippine Social Science Center
Commonwealth Avenue

Diliman, Quezon City
Tel: (63) (2) 8-929-2671




ImpactHub Manila
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Impact Hub

Impact Hub is part of the largest network of entrepreneurs in the world. It fosters entrepreneurial networks to effect positive social change. Due to its strong network in the business community, startup scene, and with policy makers, Impact Hub strengthens economic competition and improves policy frameworks for startups, businesses, and innovative topics such as digitization.

Website: https://impacthub.ph/
Office Address:
25th Floor, Picadilly Star,
4th Avenue corner 27th Street, 

Bonifacio Global City



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Edukasyon is a digital education platform that provides young Filipinos with learning modules on social issues, scholarship, career, and civic education. Edukasyon develops joint programs for the youth with institutions, companies, and international organizations, among others. Within the target group to be reached, Edukasyon's website achieves more than 10 million views annually. Edukasyon is therefore highly relevant to the Foundation for the dissemination of liberal issues among youth.

Website: https://www.edukasyon.ph/
Office Address:
UB, 111 Paseo de Roxas Building
Legaspi Village, Makati City 1229
Makati, Philippines
Email: support@edukasyon.ph

Philippine Educational Theater Association
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Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA)

PETA uses plays to empower and promote especially the most disadvantaged groups in society as well as to address relevant critical issues. The organization works closely with schools, churches, and communities to bring a rich and innovative educational experience to a wide audience of Filipinos. Since PETA's plays are usually performed in local dialect, the collaboration with PETA allows the organization to reach a target audience that cannot be reached through English-language activities.

Website: https://www.petatheater.com
Office Address:
The PETA Theater Center No.5 Eymard Drive,
New Manila Quezon City,
Metro Manila 1112 Philippines
Tel: 632-725-6244
Email: petatheater@gmail.com


© Rappler


Rappler is one of the few independent media portals in the Philippines and was founded by Nobel laureate Maria Ressa. 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.

Website: https://www.rappler.com/
Office Address:
Unit B, 3/F, North Wing Estancia Offices,
Capitol Commons, Ortigas
Center, Pasig City 1605
Telephone: +632 661 9984 
Facsimile: +632 576 3931



Media Nation

MediaNation offers local Filipino journalists a platform for regular exchange on pressing issues such as corruption, (professional) safety of media professionals, and the influence and impact of new technologies. Due to the ongoing suppression of independent journalism, MediaNation can encourage young journalists in particular in their work for independent and investigative reporting and form a self-strengthening working community.


De La Salle University
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De La Salle University

De La Salle University is one of the leading university in the Philippines. Many high-ranking positions in politics and business are held by De La Salle University graduates. The Foundation works with the university's students through roundtable discussions and events on disinformation as a way to bring liberal values to business, politics, and society in the long run. Students at De La Salle University are also offered regular internships within the Foundation.

Website: https://www.dlsu.edu.ph/
Office Address:
2401 Taft Ave, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila
Tel: (02) 8524 4611


© SmartCT


SmartCT is the first tech non-profit in the Philippines and a pioneer in the smart cities field. We aim to create a movement that transforms the way we think, do, and plan smart cities and communities especially in developing countries such as the Philippines through a co-developed, citizen-centric approach that puts openness and citizens at the heart of the smart city and community development.

Website: http://www.smartCT.org/
Email: info@smartct.org 
Telephone Number: (415) 937 2643
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SmartCTorg

© AltMobility PH

AltMobility PH

AltMobility PH is a group of policy advocates passionate about making transport sustainable and inclusive. We promote sensible and humane transport policies which create a system that is safe, accessible, and dignified.

Email: altmobilityph@gmail.com
Contact number: +63 917 817 0463
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AltMobilityPH