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#ProjectPagbangon Concert Series atbp.

[Event] #ProjectPagbangon Concert Series. By Philippine Misereor Partnership.

On the occasion of this year’s Human Rights Day, the Philippine Misereor Partnership Inc. (PMPI) launched a music video-making competition on the theme “RELIEF AND REHABILITATION ARE HUMAN RIGHTS”.

Please see details below or visit pmpi.org.ph for more.

Project Pagbangon music video making by PMPIThe friendly competition is fairly simple: Using the anthem, create a MUSIC VIDEO that portrays how you and your friends, family or organization demonstrate your solidarity with victims and survivors of calamities, with the theme of the contest in mind of course.

STEP ONE: Watch the Original Singers Edition music video of Sandugo posted above.

STEP TWO: Send an email of intent to join using the subject “#ProjectPagbangon Contest” to pmpsecretariat@yahoo.com. Please include name of contact person, cellphone number, and short profile of your group. We will reply with a download link of the high resolution wav audio file of the song and further instructions.

STEP THREE: With the wav file, make a music video using your own video footages and/or photographs, animations and other open-source materials.

STEP FOUR: Upload your music video on Youtube, and send us a link to your music video by replying to the email with which we sent you the link of the wav file.

Considerations for judging include Substance (40%), Creativity (40%), Number of views of your entry in Youtube (10%) and Number of likes in Facebook (10%). Top three entries win recognition tokens and P10,000 each. Deadline for submission of entries is February 10, 2014. Winners will be determined on Araw ng Kagitingan 2014.

Entry to the competition is free, and each of the first 10 to join gets a complimentary music album and book worth at least 1,000.

Source: http://pmpi.org.ph/27-contests/69-join-the-projectpagbangon-music-video-making-contest

[Isyung HR] Mokong is back and I am for #rememberML@40

Isyung HR is here again. Pasensiya na na-busy lang o nag-busy-busyhan lang. Four months din akong nabakante sa kamokongan. Sorry sa iisang avid follower at sa laksalaksang hindi pa nakakabasa ng blog na ito.

I would like to start blogging kamokongan again.  Pero let me start with a serious support para sa isang campaign online.  It’s called #rememberML@40 online and offline education-information campaign about the truth that our nation learned from the lessons of Martial Law.

The campaign is in line with the up-coming 40th Anniversary commemoration ng declaration of ML by then President Marcos in September 21, 1972.  I was not born yet but I was conceived under this situation.  O ha.  Hindi ako Martial Law baby, ako ay martial law fetus pa during that dark years of our history.

The campaign aims to collect pledges and likes sa Facebook Page.  Targeting 40k likes, combining online and offline activities, nilalayon nitong ma-popularize ang ML sa consciousness ng mamamayang kamokongan. The call is to remember, inform and inspire the people especially the youth, na sinasabi ng marami na hindi na aware sa anumang nangyari noon. Siyempre by informing and inspiring the youth about the heroism and martyrdom of the generation that fought and struggled against tyranny.

Objective nitong wag masayang ang pinaghirapan ng maraming bayani na nagbuwis ng buhay nuon.  Tapatan ang ilang mga mokong sa pagtatangkang baluktutin ang kasaysayan.  Maibigay ang nararapat na hustisya sa mga biktima sa pamamagitan ng pagsusulong ng compensation act for victims of ML at pagkilala sa mga kwento ng mga biktima ng tortyur, sapilitang pangwawala, pagpatay, pagkulong at iba pa.

I would like to invite you (oo ikaw na nag-iisang nagbabasa ng blog na ito), join us na NOW na!

On the 40th Anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law, let us push for the ‘Compensation Act’ for all victims of human rights violations of the Marcoses,

JOIN us in our pledge to remember, inform and inspire the youth with the truth and lessons that our nation learned from this dark period of our history.

I pledge to say…

Never Again to Martial Law!
We remember, we inform, we inspire
Our youth with the truth and lessons of Martial Law.

and Invite people to…

1.            Like and share the “Remember ML@40” FB page https://www.facebook.com/rememberMLatl40

2.            Invite/recruit 40 or more others to like “Remember ML@40” FB page and ask them to recruit 40 more

3.            Submit and/or post own “Pinky Pledge Photo” and ask others to do the same

4.            Like and share all posts from “Remember ML@40” FB page

5.            Participate in the “Online action day”

6.            Change profile pic on September 21, 2012

Ok? Gets…

Mokong of the world unite… Like and Share na! send in yout Pinky Pledge Photos!

Wunderground United by Dakila

Uploaded in youtube by on Nov 6, 2011

Support the bid of the Puerto Princesa Underground River to the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Text PPUR to 2861 or visit http://www.new7wonders.com/vote-2

For more information, check out Wunderground United on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WunderU or follow twitter.com/WunderUnited for updates.

Let’s show the world that Pinoy pride runs deep. Voting ends on November 10, 2011 and winners of the New 7 Wonders of Nature shall be announced on December 2011.



Noticed your electric bills?

It has started.

Power rate has gone up due to wrong policies under privatization and EPIRA.

Register your protest! BLACK OUT your profile pics and say…


FB campaign mechanics:

All Filipinos and friends around the World-Wide Web with Facebook account and wishing to register one simple act of protest against continuing hike of power rates in the Philippines are enjoined to temporarily change their profile picture with the BLACKOUT logo on  October 11, 2011 from 3:00 in the afternoon to 9:00 in the evening.  Let us register our voices that even as Facebookers we too are concerned NETizens and affected by the increasing power rate.  Invite all your facebook friends to do an act of SOLIDARITY.



Join the National day of action, Oct.11, 7:30-8pm National Power-OFF/Lights-OFF!