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PES survey for junior and senior high school economics teachers

We invite all teachers of economics in junior and senior high school, especially those outside the National Capital Region, to participate in this survey: https://bit.ly/PESteachersurvey2021. This year, we are organizing a series of seminars and outreach training programs for teachers who are teaching economics in junior and senior high school. To this end, we are …

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PSSC launches pilot episode of Usapang Sosyal

The Philippine Social Science Council presents Usapang Sosyal, a public affairs talk program that tackles current events and relevant national or international issues using the lens of various social science disciplines. It aims to present a multidisciplinary discussion to expose listeners and viewers to research-backed findings, arguments, reflections, and insights of Filipino social science scholars …

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CALL FOR PAPERS: ETHICS IN SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH IN THE 21st CENTURY

In the past decades, countries have grappled with scandals brought by exploitative  researches which have stirred the discourse on ethical conduct of research not just among the research community but also the public. Inhumane and unethical experiments, issues of plagiarism, and data breach have gradually resulted in the creation of ethics principles and codes that …

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Available Spaces for Rent at the PSSC

Are you looking for a cozy, serene, clean, environment-friendly, and conducive place to work? Check out our vacant rooms at the Philippine Social Science Center! Parking spaces and security services are included! For inquiries, please contact Mr. Ernie Acosta, Administrative Assistant, via (632) 8926-5179 or (63) 917-650-0303. You may also send us an email at cmas@pssc.org.ph.

Kinsa ang mga Lumad? Views from Indigenous Leaders​

Kinsa ang mga Lumad? Views from Indigenous LeadersSecond of a Two-Part Round Table DiscussionMarch 27, 2021 | 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM The term lumad comes from the Cebuano language and means ‘native’ or ‘natural born citizen’; indigenous or ‘from the earth’. In a region whose lingua franca is Binisaya/Cebuano, lumad gained currency as a …

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