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The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) is now accepting applications for the David and Ruth Hopper and Ramesh and Pilar Bhatia Canada Fellowship in the Philippines at the Institute of Philippine Culture, Ateneo de Manila University until 22 July 2018. The Fellowship is open to all...
  Abstract This study contributes to literature on the informal activities of the impoverished in developing countries. The researcher asks whether strict implementation of laws is the best approach to ensuring compliance or conformity. To answer this question, the study focuses on...
    This article was originally published on the Rappler website (www.rappler.com) last 31 May 2018 <https://www.rappler.com/thought-leaders/203593-reasons-clamor-higher-minimum-wage-justified>.  The conversation on wages is once again in the headlines. Labor groups...
The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) is pleased to announce that it is accepting nominations for the IPC Award for Best Global Research About the Philippines. Nominations can be submitted from 1 March 2018 to 1 May 2018, and the nomination forms can be accessed through this link. The award...
  Abstract The lecturer proposes that territorial claims over contested peripheral areas by Peru and the Philippines can be understood through the lens of a kind of discourse called "inherited destiny." This label addresses two aspects of the rhetoric used by the elites of Peru and...
A. Chester Ong will talk about the stunning, eclectic Ocampo Pagoda which was built in 1940 in Quiapo, Manila by an eccentric patron of the arts, narrating its captivating history and how it became part of the local community. Photo-documenting the pagoda's restoration, he will discuss and...
Last 7 December 2017, the Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU) - Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) launched a monograph titled “Breaking Ground for HATID ASEAN: Proceedings of Regional Technical Meetings (Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines) on eHealth Technologies for Local Government Units...
  Abstract   Over the course of the American occupation of the Philippines, hundreds of thousands of Americans migrated to the islands while tens of thousands of Filipinos migrated to the U.S. Migrants going both ways were largely male, and they frequently engaged in...
    Abstract   While research exists on the precarious nature of international migrant care work, the impact of the inequitable distribution of care resources on the well-being of women caregivers and their families is unknown. Both sending and...
Last September 19, 2017, the Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) not only marked the celebration of its 57th anniversary, but also announced the launching of its three new contributing programs to the Ateneo de Manila University-wide project funded by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED...

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