Law in the Mobilization and Participatory Organization of the Rural Poor: The Kagawasan Case

The study investigated an organization (Kagawasan) among the rural poor in Mindanao, and the laws and legal resources affecting the conditions for enhancing the effectiveness of participatory groups. Through a narrative, the study aimed to show how a group of rural poor began to resist oppression and later move on to political sophistication and economic orientation as a result of issue-oriented organizing.

Project Director: 

Richard Fernandez, Benjamin J. Bagadion, Jr.

Project No.: 

158

Funding Agency: 

International Center for Law in Development, New York

Year Completed: 

1979
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