[Blueboard] Ugnayan ng Katutubong Pilipino at ng Ateneo

Dhea dhea at admu.edu.ph
Mon Nov 12 16:19:29 PHT 2001

The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC), in cooperation with the 

Department of Sociology-Anthropology (DSA)

invites you to a forum on 

 Indigenous Peoples (IPs) Situation and Concerns 

Ugnayan ng Katutubong Pilipino 

at ng Ateneo  

 19 November 2001, 2:30-5:00 p.m.

Social Sciences Conference Rooms 1 and 2  

Social Sciences Building

Ateneo de Manila University

The indigenous peoples, as a sector, continue to be marginalized in Philippine society. History shows that they have been beset by countless problems both in the national and local arenas. Recently, on the national front, the constitutionality of the Indigenous People’s Rights Act of 1997 (IPRA) was questioned in 1999. Under the Estrada regime very limited support went to the institutionalization of the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP). Locally, the IP communities are contending with numerous issues affecting their wellbeing.

Under the new administration, efforts have been made to address some of these problems. President Macapagal’s first executive order created the Office of the Presidential Adviser for Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs (OPAIPA) to respond concretely to the IP’s concerns, both national and local, including the re-establishment of the NCIP. The Supreme Court is addressing the legal questions concerning IPRA. However, much still remains to be done for and with the IPs.

The forum seeks to create awareness of the current situations being faced by the indigenous peoples through the experiences of OPAIPA, NCIP and IPC. The gathering will provide an opportunity for the Ateneo community and other sectors to understand better how they can assist IPs in their struggle for justice, equity and wellbeing in keeping with their traditions and cultures. 

Institutionalization of the Indigenous Peoples Sector: OPAIPA experience
Ambassador Howard Dee
Presidential Adviser on IP Affairs  

Current and Future Challenges: The NCIP’s Role
Attorney Evelyn Dunuan
NCIP Chairperson 

Indigenous Peoples Views 
Mr. Gilbert Hoggang and Ms. Des Amos
Koalisyon ng Katutubong Samahan ng Pilipinas (KASAPI) 

Reactions: Partnerships for and with Indigenous Peoples
Dr. Evelyn Caballero
IPC Research Associate; DSA Faculty

Mr. Oliver Agoncillo, IPC Research Associate 

Please confirm your participation by calling Faith Arce or Cecille Bartolome 

at 426-6067 to 68; 426-6001 loc 4653

Or email  ipc at admu.edu.ph

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