The year 2011 was a period of economic and political turmoil. Around the world the global crisis is being felt, with protests growing in different countries as people experience worsening unemployment and inequality. The Philippines, faced with political troubles like the Corona impeachment and Arroyo arrest, is not spared from the effects of the global crisis.
The country’s prospects amid these conditions will be discussed in the IBON Birdtalk, a semestral briefing on the economic and political assessment and trends. We cordially invite you to this event entitled 2011 Yearend Birdtalk: Beyond the Political Noise, Economic Prospects for 2012. The briefing will be on January 19, 1 pm at the Bocobo Hall Penthouse, UP Law Center, Diliman, Quezon City (Behind the UP College of Law) and January 20, 1pm at the Malcolm Hall Theater of the UP College of Law. IBON executive editor Ms. Rosario Bella Guzman and research head Mr. Sonny Africa will present the yearend briefing.
There will be a registration fee of Php175 to cover for the briefing paper and refreshments. For inquiries, please call IBON at telephone nos (632) 927-7060 to 62 loc 301. Look for Issa, Mario or Joseph.