UP sa Halalan 2019: Giving context to the elections

An initiative which traces its roots to the UP sa Halalan project by the university’s Office of the Vice President for Public Affairs in the 2013 and 2016 elections, the project aims to provide the public with viewpoints from experts in political science, governance, the electoral process and other issues confronting the electorate.

Department chair and project head Prof. Maria Ela Atienza said the project aims to continue “the kind of work particularly during elections, where we present analysis, evidence-based data, that hopefully can inform different sectors about what is at stake during elections.”

Philippine mid-terms: Duterte consolidates grip on power

"Some of the senators are aligned to Duterte only because of his overwhelming popularity at the moment," Dr. Aries Arugay said.

26 pasok sa narco list, wagi sa halalan

“Sadyang dikit ang mga pinoy sa kulturang pagtanaw ng utang na loob sa mga politikong tumulong sa kanila,” said Dr. Jean Encinas-Franco.


Green Town Hall Candidates’ Forum

Senatorial and partylist candidates faced members of the academe, civil society, youth, and other sectors and spoke on their proposed policies and programs on the environment.

The Green Thumb Coalition, in partnership with the UP Department of Sociology, UP Department of Political Science, UP sa Halalan 2019, UP CIDS Program on Social and Political Change, and Bantay Boto 2019 present "Green Town Hall Candidates' Forum," on April 26, 2019 (Friday), from 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm at the UP School of Statistics Auditorium, UP Diliman.

UP Bootcamp on Tools and Techniques for Fact-checking

The UP Department of Political Science, UP sa Halalan 2019, UP CIDS Program on Data Science for Public Policy, and UP Department of Journalism, together with Tsek.ph, present "UP Bootcamp on Tools and Techniques for Fact-checking," on April 4, 2019 (Thursday), from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm at the UP Computational Science Research Center (CSRC), National Science Complex, UP Diliman.