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  • Republic Act 11054: Organic Law for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao

    Republic Act No. 11054 is an Act providing for the the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, repealing for the purpose Republic Act No. 6734, entitled “An Act Providing for an Organic Act for the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao,” as amended by Republic Act No. 9054, entitled, “An Act to Strengthen and Expand the...

  • UNYPAD educates Luzon youth leaders on Bangsamoro history and BBL

    By: UNYPAD ComTeam COTABATO CITY/ June 30, 2018 – In a bid to increase understanding and awareness among Filipino youth leaders on the struggle, sentiments and aspirations of the Bangsamoro people, the United Youth for Peace and Development, Inc. (UNYPAD) shared the Bangsamoro history and Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) to the youth leaders of Luzon...

  • Stakeholders discuss BBL-prospect for inclusive and lasting peace in the Bangsamoro

    By: UNYPAD BSCD Interns COTABATO CITY / June 21, 2018 – More than a thousand stakeholders comprised of peace advocates, community leaders, representatives from the academe, civil society organizations, security sector, local government units and Indigenous Peoples gathered at the Notre Dame University Gymnasium in this city on June 18, 2018 to discuss the Bangsamoro...

  • CALL FOR UNITY AND COLLECTIVE ACTION FOR PEACE

    By: Taher G.  Solaiman CARMEN, NORTH COTABATO/June 7, 2018 – We maintain our strong belief that the dividends of peace in Mindanao will always redound to the benefit not only of the Bangsamoro but even that of the Filipinos as well.  Conversely, war in Mindanao, as our experiences tell us, will adversely affect not only...

  • The Unheeded Pleas of the Bangsamoro

    By: Taher G. Solaiman CARMEN, NORTH COTABATO/ June 3, 2018 – Many a time in the past when the Bangsamoro asserted their legitimate right to freedom and protested against their annexation without resorting to violence.  Incidentally, all their pleas fell into deaf ears. On June 9, 1921, the Moro leaders in Sulu petitioned the United...