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This is the presentation delivered by Prof. Miriam Coronel-Ferrer during the talk on the “Mamasapano question and its implications and challenges to peace in the Bangsamoro.” The Powerpoint presentation tackles the mechanisms agreed upon to avoid PH security forces-MILF clashes during law enforcement operations. It also enumerates instances of cooperation by MILF, AFP, and PNP in neutralizing criminals and extremist rebels.

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“We acknowledge with gratitude the permission given by Prof. Ferrer to allow us to post this presentation.”
 
Prof. Miriam Coronel-Ferrer is the Chairperson of the GPH Panel for Peace Negotiations with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front. Prior to her current stint in the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process, Prof. Ferrer has been teaching various courses at the Department of Political Science, University of the Philippines (UP)-Diliman. Also at UP-Diliman, Prof. Ferrer had served at the helm of the Third World Studies Center. In addition, she had also been with CIDS as a Research Fellow on peace, conflict resolution and human rights. As Research Fellow for those topics, Prof. Ferrer had edited and written books on Philippine peace process issues. 

Presentations on Research Tools and Methodologies

Dr. Ma. Celia G. Conaco
Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Social Sciences and Philosopy (CSSP)
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Policy Research Full Proposal Format

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Notes On Policy Research In The Social Sciences
By: Cynthia Rose B. Bautista, Ph.D
Commissioner, Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
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Research for Economic Development
By: Dr. Josef T. Yap, Ph.D
Former President, Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS)
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Policy Research in the Basic and Applied Sciences
By: Dr. Perry S. Ong
Professor, Institute of Biology, UP Diliman
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Writing and Publishing Policy Papers
By: Temario C. Rivera, Ph.D
Professorial Lecturer, Department of Political Sciences, UP Diliman
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Capsule Proposal Format for Policy Research
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Academic discussions on today’s burning and emerging issues
The Mess of Philippine Elections
Is Poll Automation the Answer?
Backgrounder
Dr. Raul Fabella
Forum Chairperson,
Former Dean, UP School of Economics
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LACKING A BACKBONE
The Controversy over the
National Broadband Network
and Cyber-Education Projects
Backgrounder
Dr. Cayetano Paderangga
Forum Chairperson
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A FORUM ON POPULATION,
DEVELOPMENT & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
BACKGROUNDER
Dr. Marita T. Reyes
Former UP Manila Chancellor
Former Dean, UP College of Medicine
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 IMPROVING ACCESSIBILITY TO CHEAPER MEDICINES
Backgrounder
Dr. Alberto B. Roxas
Forum Chairperson
Dean, UP College of Medicine
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Environmental Management: The
KYOTO PROTOCOL and the Philippines’
Response through the Clean Development
Mechanism (CDM)
Backgrounder
Prof. Harry Roque
Forum Chairperson
Director of the Institute of International Legal Studies
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How do we Finance Universal Health Care in the Philippines?

By: Dr. Ramon Paterno, Research Faculty, NIH, UP Manila


Judicialized Governance and Populist Democracy

By: Professor Raul Pangalangan, Former Dean UP College of Law


Reform of Philippine Labor Policies

By: Dr. Gerardo Sicat, Professor Emeritus UP School of Economics
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Deconstructing the Philippine Investment Puzzle:
The Role of Collective Action Failures

By: Dr. Raul Fabella, Professor UP School of Economics


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Environment Protection Research in UP
By: Alice Joan Ferrer
UP Visayas
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Addressing  Environmental Health Concerns
By: Lydia R. Leonardo, PhD & Pilarita T. Rivera, MD, PhD
Dept. of Parasitology ,College of Public Health, UP Manila
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Food Security and the Environment
By: Agnes C. Rola, Professor
UP Los Baños
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Research Contributions of UP to the Country’s Food Security Agenda (Aquatic & Marine Sciences)
By: Gil S. Jacinto
Marine Science Institute ,UPDiliman
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Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change
UP Research and Extension reported by: Dr. Benito M. Pacheco
UPDiliman
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Environment Education
By: Rosanelia T. Yangco, Ph.D
UP College of Education
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Community Planning and Governance
ASEC ROLANDO M. ACOSTA
Department of the Interior and Local Government
NIP, UP Diliman, Quezon City
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Climate Change
Graciano Yumul Jr. 
DOST-PAGASA
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Addressing Environmental Health Concerns: A Reaction
Irma Asuncion
Department of Health
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Environmental Education: A Reaction
Juan Araojo Jr.
Department of Education
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Lecture of Dr. Terrence Gosliner
By: Dr. Terrence Gosliner
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Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act (RA 9147) and Procedures for conducting research on Terrestrial Biodiversity

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GUIDELINES FOR BIOPROSPECTING IN THE PHILIPPINES

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PROCESS FLOW OF ISSUANCE OF PERMITS | MOA (PAWB-DENR)

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MR. ANSON M. TAGTAG
Philippine Raptors Conservation Project
Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau
Department of Environment and Natural Resources (PAWB-DENR)


GUIDELINES FOR CONDUCTING RESEARCH IN ANCESTRAL DOMAINS OR INVOLVING INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

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ATTY. GILLIAN S. DUNUAN 
Legal Affairs Office 
National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP)


Procedure/Process for Conducting Research on Aquatic Biodiversity

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Ludivina L. Labe
Fisheries Regulatory and Quarantine Division 
Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources 
Department of Agriculture 


Access & Benefit-Sharing under the Nagoya Protocol

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Atty. Elpidio Peria
Legal Adviser 
PAWB-DENR
For References:
International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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Pandemic influenza preparedness Framework for the sharing of influenza viruses
& access to vaccines & other benefits
Source: World Health Organization
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The Role of DOST and PCHRD as R&D Funding Agencies

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Dr.Antonio Ligsay
Research Development and Management Division
Philippine Council for Health Research and Delopment
Department of Science and Technology
(PCHRD-DOST)


Salient Points of R.A. 10055 and DOST-funded Biodiversity Related R&D Programs/Projects 

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USEC. Fortunato Dela Peña
Office for scentific and Technological Services DOST


Biodiversity and IPRs: Issues Arising 

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Director Reynaldo Garcia
Technology Licensing Office 
University of the Philippines


Workshop Results / Outcome (updated*)

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Guide Questions

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Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR)
http://www.bfar.da.gov.ph
Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB-DENR)
http://pawb.gov.ph/
PAWB-DENR Issuance of Permit Forms and Flowcharts
Department of Agriculture (DA)
http://www.da.gov.ph/
Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
http://www.denr.gov.ph/


Department of Science of Technology (DOST)
http://www.dost.gov.ph/
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (PCHRD)
http://www.pchrd.dost.gov.ph/
China’s “One Belt, One Road” Initiative and its Political Risks
by Dr. Wen Zha, Institute of International Relations, China Foreign Affairs University

Presentation of Dr. Chen Bo during the Lecture on ARCHIVAL RESEARCH ON SINO-SOUTHEAST ASIAN RELATIONS DURING THE COLD WAR held last July 3, 2015
Foreign Ministry and Provincial Archives in China and Research on Sino-Southeast Asian Relations during the Cold War
by: Dr. Chen Bo, Center for Cold War International History Studies, East China Normal University

Presentation of Dr. Chen Bo during the Lecture on ARCHIVAL RESEARCH ON SINO-SOUTHEAST ASIAN RELATIONS DURING THE COLD WAR held last July 3, 2015
Foreign Ministry and Provincial Archives in China and Research on Sino-Southeast Asian Relations during the Cold War
by: Dr. Chen Bo, Center for Cold War International History Studies, East China Normal University

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